The Dark Angel: Gothic Elements in Shelley's Works
Bucknell University Press, 1975 - 199 sider
By establishing a relationship between Shelley's works and the Gothic tradition, this study offers a new way of approaching the center of Shelley's thought. Consideration of Shelley's application of the Gothic mode as an agency for psychological analysis is preceded by a brief introduction to Gothic sensibility.
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Gothic Elements in Alastor
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action Alastor ambiguous appears atmosphere attempt Beatrice beauty becomes begins called Cenci central character characteristics complete condition conventions Count curse dark dead death destruction direct discussion dream dream-vision early effect evil example existence experience external fear figure finally forces Ginotti Gothic elements Gothic tradition haunted heart hero-villain horror human idea ideal imagery images imagination important indicates innocence intention interest kind leads leaves lines major mature meaning MICHIGAN mind moral murder mysterious narrator nature noted novel original particular passage passions pattern personification physical play poem Poet Poet's poetry political possibilities present Prometheus psychological Queen Mab quest reader reality relates relationship revenge scene seeks sensibility setting Shelley Shelley's situation soul spirit takes terror theme thou thought tion truth turn understanding universe victim villain vision Wandering Wandering Jew wind York young Zastrozzi
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