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Each of the three artists designed two windows in their color preference. We also meet Diego, an old acquaintance from other Gothic prequels. Longinus's approach is contradistinguished from Plato's declaration of poetic inspiration as dangerous divine madness or the poet as liar. The works of this time were often filled with imagination, strong emotional contexts, and freedom from the classical notions of art and social conventions (wordiq.com).... [tags: Gothic Literature, Townsend, Jackson] Gothic Literature: A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner - William Faulkner’s story “A Rose for Emily” is an example of gothic literature.

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Publisher: Book Art Media (March 3, 2014)

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Romantic works examine the emotion behind attraction and betrayal, love and desire. Fantasy novels take the reader to an imaginary world, filled with wonders. Gothic literature intertwines romance and horror, and often features the supernatural. Southern Gothic writing explores the gothic within the more realistic bounds of southern culture while revealing the grotesque––the base and broken nature of the human soul and how society is easily susceptible to ruin, both spiritually and physically.... [tags: literature, southern gothic, Child of God] How Mary Shelley Presents the Monster in Frankenstein - How Mary Shelley Presents the Monster in Frankenstein Throughout my essay, I am going to explain and show the ways and techniques that Mary Shelley uses to present the monster through the novel Moon River (Vampire for Hire). Library 75-074; c.1924-25-26; orig title The Black Flemings; 4th PL pr., Dec 1974) G71 vg-fine The Secret of Marshbanks (Ppbk. Library 54-668; c.1940; 2nd PL pr., Apr 1968) G31 The Secrets of Hillyard House (Ppbk Kiss of Midnight (Midnight Breed).

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