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The gothic genre is used in these novels in unique ways, however they both portray gendered depictions of the gothic genre.... [tags: mystery, female gothic, supernatural fear] The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe - The Gothic Era was filled with many mysterious happenings and many poets took advantage of this to write mysterious and dark poems that catch the readers attention even in today’s modern society. He has drawn his friends into his search: Ronan, another wealthy and very troubled boy; Noah, an insubstantial boy; and Adam, a town boy who works to pay for his schooling.

Pages: 357

Publisher: Broadview Press (January 1, 2003)


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