By Marry Ellen Snodgrass
Encyclopedia of Gothic Literature: the basic consultant to the Lives and Works of Gothic Writers (Literary Movements)
From the origins of the circulation within the 18th century to modern writers resembling Stephen King, this A-to-Z advisor to Gothic literature covers an enormous array of works and writers from Britain and the USA, in addition to numerous genres - novels, brief tales, poetry, performs, or even a couple of influential motion pictures and artistic endeavors.
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Complex in its structure, the dramatic novella offers a stark picture of AMERICAN GOTHIC themes based on New World sins. The story projects the limitations on Delano as central intelligence. Because of his preconceived notions of black inferiority, he is initially incapable of recognizing intelligence and rage in Babo. The tale produces an unsettling conclusion—the poetic justice of Babo’s excised head gazing at the white enslavers of Africans. The riveting death scene foreshadows the conclusion of Joseph CONRAD’s HEART OF DARKNESS (1902), a devastating glimpse of colonial racism.
Guilt and pain so overshadow Sethe’s Ohio home that her fellow sufferer, Paul D, senses a venomous presence as soon as he reunites with his old friend. From abuse by her Kentucky masters, Sethe bears the outlines of a chokecherry tree on her back and the ghost of Beloved all around her. Morrison exorcises the cumbrous spirit with a touch of grace, Paul D’s acceptance and forgiveness of Sethe’s crime. , 273). The result is a visible liberation as the ghost’s footprints recede in the distance and disappear as Beloved passes from live girl into LEGEND.
Classics of the Macabre. : Doubleday, 1987. Forster, Margaret. Daphne du Maurier. New York: Doubleday, 1993. Halberstam, Judith. Skin Shows: Gothic Horror and the Technology of Monsters. : Duke University Press, 1995. Kauffman, Stanley. Review of The Birds, New Republic, April 13, 1963: 26. “The Birthmark” Nathaniel Hawthorne (1843) A parable of the MAD SCIENTIST story, Nathaniel HAWTHORNE’s “The Birthmark” characterizes the ruin of the romantic ideal. The story was first issued in the Pioneer in 1843, and was published that same year in a collection, Mosses from an Old Manse.
Encyclopedia of Gothic Literature by Marry Ellen Snodgrass