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"From wild and remote landscapes to vulnerable heroines; from violent and erotic fantasies to supernatural and uncanny happenings; Gothic fiction has intrigued and unsettled readers for more than two centuries. How do these works reflect the political, social and cultural contexts in which they were written? "
Saturday, 16 October 2021
The Channel Islands' first litfest celebration of Gothic literature.
Xavier Aldana Reyes
An Introduction to Gothic Literature.
'Appetite for Terror': How and Why We Write Ghostly and Gothic Fiction.
‘The Beastly & the Beautiful’ - the Gothic Outsider in The Night Brother, The Palace of Curiosities & Vixen.
Andrew Michael Hurley
'Horror in the Hills': The Making of Gothic Landscapes
“Devilish plots" and "monstrous aberrations”: Making monsters of man and nature in the 1600s.
The Alderney Literary Trust is sponsored by
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