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After listening to this, they will say "I didn't know the Gypsies were Muslim!" Gothic Literature was most popular from about 1764 until 1832, a period of nearly seventy years. Instead I got an MFA in creative writing, but the gothic romance always intrigued me. midnight in austenland allowed me to explore gothic romance, where it intersects with horror, romance, character drama, and fantasy, and add comedy as well, a mishmash of genre that all seemed to fit together.

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 26, 2016)

ISBN: 1530665698

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