Posts tagged “gothic novel”

  1. The Castle of Otranto And The Failure Of Mortgage-Backed Securities

    For the Term of his Natural Life (He'll Be Renting)

    The Old English Baron Is In Default

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  2. THE BAD MAN, WITH SECRETS, AND HIS SEX EYES: don't love me ever

    THE NERVOUS WOMAN WHO'S LEARNING A LOT: but I have to

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  3. Previously in this series: Jack London

    All animals are underfed, black, and vaguely eldritch. They all hate you.

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  4. Lawrence Evalyn's last piece for The Toast was 100 Actual Titles of Real Eighteenth-Century Novels.

    As a graduate student of specializing in eighteenth century British literature, I get to read some pretty amazing stuff. The following is a curated selection of actual entries in the index of Ann B. Tracy’s important reference text, The Gothic Novel, 1790-1830: Plot Summaries and Index to Motifs. Before the Victorians turned the Gothic into moor-stranded governesses

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