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Do many schools have classes about classic Gothics?
From what I'm acquainted with, Gothic and Romanticism were put hand in hand when it was taught to me. The Bronte Sisters were one of the specific areas of discussion.

I think each literary current should be taught in-depth, not just a little brush-through. I know I would've enjoyed it so much better if we'd spent more time in the romanticism, provided it's my favorite current, along with its clashing counterpart, the neoclassicism.

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RE: Do many schools have classes about classic Gothics? - by Epigraph - 03-22-2008, 07:15 PM

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