Quite readily I would say I am a visual person; if something captures my attention I will probably want to look at it in depth. The same is certainly true for things which fall into the Gothic category, and old or new, so long as the style is true, I will enjoy it.
This isn’t going to be an analysis of Gothic imagery, simply because I have other books I want to right first! Instead, I will simply discuss what I like and why.
Fair warning, this may be a long post…
Without death, there is no life
Gothic fiction is something we can trace back to the Victorian era of England, a point in time where people we relatively interested with death and the like – though Gothic as a term was around long before this.
I think, however, what is key to remember here is that this isn’t…
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