Encyclopedia of Gothic Literature
Facts on File, 2005 - 480 pages
From the origins of the movement in the 18th century to contemporary writers such as Stephen King, this A-to-Z guide to Gothic literature covers a vast array of works and writers from Britain and America, as well as a variety of genres - novels, short stories, poetry, plays, and even a few influential films and works of art. The extensive Encyclopedia of Gothic Literature thoroughly examines this increasingly popular topic.
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Gothic literature is synonymous with supernatural, grotesque and the sinister triumphant of fantasy over logic. My initial step in this electrifying medieval paraphernalia came through Grimm’s Fairy ... Read full review