The Gothic imagination: expansion in Gothic literature and art
Demonstrates the connection between Gothic literature and art by analyzing the plot patterns, characters, and settings in Gothic stories and the construction and motifs of Gothic art from a stylistic, historical, and psychological approach.
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The Relationship of Gothic Art to Gothic Literature
Particular Works of Gothic Literature
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