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How do you define 'classic gothics'?
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(07-26-2018, 10:45 AM)ZackFerrum Wrote:
(06-21-2008, 04:20 PM)ginnystrait Wrote: Me again. I work for a large book wholesaler. I have to tell you, our catalogers would never catalogue Mary Higgins Clark as Gothic. Even Stephen King is a stretch, although he is a wonderful horror/thriller eriter, as is Koontz.

Some put Stephen King in "gothic" category? Really?

In fact, I've often come across such a thing, and in fact Stephen King as a writer of modern horror experienced the influence of Gothic Prose. But he has other images and a different set of topics. In fact, analyzing what is a gothic after the 1830s, you can easily sit in a puddle. So Lovecraft in his essay on the horror literature calls Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu and Rebert Lewis Stevenson representatives of the "half Gothic, half Romantic-moralistic school," while Bram Stoker and Oscar Wilde for him are representatives of other directions. And today many of them and Lovecraft himself consider Lovecraft to be a Gothic school.
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RE: How do you define 'classic gothics'? - by Edgar Theodore Machen - 07-29-2018, 04:46 AM

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