It is a collection of four different pieces of fiction, each inspired by Victorian England's Gothicism
and narrated by those with strong connections to love, death and spirituality.
It is this correlation of morality and politics built through Gothicism
that informs Bond's radical political and philosophical vision and which he translates into dramatic medium.
They are motivated by a confidence to divulge hoary secrets, a calm Gothicism
, an acceptance that behind the everyday, especially everyday language, one can feel the animal warmth of the Other Side.
(7) With these connections in mind, we may reconsider Gales's meditation on the filthy floor of the Yorikke--that it encodes the whole history of mankind stretching to the Phoenicians and going all the way back to pre-civilization--as a particularly messianic figuration of the novel's expressionism, and its gothicism
Joseph Young is a combined teaching and research fellow in English literature at Eberhard Karls University of Tubingen, where he is pursuing his scholarly interests in the modern fantasy tradition, Gothicism
, intellectual history and expressions of idealism in post-Enlightenment literature.
Earlier eighteenth-century magic lantern innovations produced phantasmagorias, ghostly shows that promoted audiences' desire for gothicism
, which Brown amply illustrates with discussions of successful phantasmagorists Etienne-Gaspard Robert, Paul De Philipstahl, and Mark Lonsdale.
In addition to the many studies about Twilight's peculiar mixture of genre conventions, especially the Gothic and the teen romance, my reading aims toward a deeper examination of the functioning and implications of the reversal of Gothicism
. So far the series' inversion of the Gothic fascination with the broken and the unresolved has yet to be fully explained.
Notwithstanding the divisions between Pinkertonians and their opponents on the Pictish question, Gothicism
of the sort championed by both schools remained the standard interpretation of Anglo-Scottish history, ethnology, philology and literature throughout the nineteenth century.
Edgar Allan Poe: Beyond Gothicism
. Delaware: University of Delaware Press, 2011.
(7) Those scholars who come nearest to addressing what I read in Voyage in the Dark as the novel's Gothicism
restrict their analysis to a specifically Caribbean framework by examining the various references in Rhys's oeuvre to obeah, the Afro-Caribbean system of occult belief and ritualism practiced on her home island.