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It gives the right amount of information needed to tell someone how to write a Gothic Story. First published in Great Britain 1974 by Souvenir Press ltd. Bite, fight, feed & have some bloody good fun. However, RPGs are not an integral component of Goth culture. The representation of Antonia's representation—the glass in which she appears—signifies the potency of books to seduce and deprave the unwary "reader," a power figured by Lewis as a form of visual technology.

Pages: 100

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 14, 2011)

ISBN: 1461181895

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