Brydon's house on the Jolly Corner, filled with unique and spiritual feminine touches, shows its owner the truth about his performative gender.
Unmarried, unloved and undesirable, does Trunchbull harbour a secret desire to harm the children she couldn't have?
Herbert brings about his own death in only three wishes using a cursed monkey's paw.
Homoerotic desire and the stirrings of 'the primitive Adam' rear from the mountain pass in Amelia Edwards' classic ghost story.
Deeply repressed incestuous desire and the buried psyche are at the heart of The Empty House.
Laura exists within the transitional period of the Fin de Siècle, where the windows and doors of her home are flung wide open to new womanhood.
In The Signal Man, Charles Dickens finds expression for his anxiety through repetition, silence and uncanny doubling.
A dark descent, psychosexual imagery and lack of identity. This is the real Alice in Wonderland.
When does infatuation slip in to obsession? Maybe when you're willing to give up your voice for the one you desire...