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  1. Use Of Gothic Elements In Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre

    analysis of Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre" clearly exhibits the use of gothic elements. Ian Gregor is of the opinion that " in various ways Charlotte Bronte manages...

  2. Gothic Elements In Stephen King’s: The Shining.

    and keep him away from Danny, in order to keep him safe. The ten gothic elements are very important to show the significance of horror books films and short...

  3. Jane Eyre And Gothic Elements In The Book

    helps add mystery to the room it is the room her uncle passed away in. Another gothic element to the red room is the fact that Jane swears that she sees a ghost...

  4. Examine The Gothic Elements In The Novel Wuthering Heights, By Emily Brontë

    Wuthering Heights is both an example of a Romantic Tragedy which contains strong Gothic elements in the setting, events and characters. The name Wuthering Heights...

  5. Similar Gothic Elements In The Work Of Edgar Allan Poe And Nathaniel Hawthorne

    Fall of the House of Usher, and The Murders at Rue Morgue, he incorporates gothic elements of fantastic excess which invite and challenge interpretation (Lloyd-Smith...

  6. How Far Is The Pardoners Tale Gothic?

    tale as destroying ones body was a haunting fear in the society. The most Gothic element that appears in the pardoners tale is the theme of death and the depiction...

  7. Transcendentalism Vs, Dark Romanticism

    all, a symbol of the towns hypocrisy. This romantic piece of literature also has gothic elements. Hawthornes use of imagery and dismal tones lend it to the genre of...

  8. Nothing Much

    fails Work takes over life Victor knows his work is morally repugnant Gothic elements Yellow skin Lustrous black and flowing hair Teeth are pearly...

  9. Gothic Elements In "The Telltale Heart"

    murders an old man because of his` vulture eye. The three main gothic elements that are evident in this story are the unique setting, the theme of death and decay...

  10. Jane Eyre: The Main 5 Gothic Elements

    Rochester calling her name from hundreds of miles away. The purpose of these Gothic elements is to heighten the reader's interest and add to the tensions of the book...

  11. Faulkner's Religious Views In a Rose For Emily

    the creative purpose of A Rose for Emily on the angle of the traditional gothic elements of European and American literature. It points out that William Faulkner...

  12. Rebecca

    surrounding the cove and the cottage near the sea. The author uses the plot element of suspense to draw the reader's interest. Maxim becomes very withdrawn and angry...

  13. The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde

    around Dr Jekylls and Mr Hydes peculiar relationship and Mr Hyde (the gothic element and evil character) walking around freely, doing as he pleases. Hyde is said...

  14. Nathaniel Hawthorne-Gothic Elements

    Goodman Brown. The main things in the story that made the gothic elements stick out to me are some of the settings, and characters, and events that happen within...

  15. The Raven Gothic Elements.

    but finds nothing, instead. This scene then contains the typical gothic elements of mystery, ghosts and the supernatural in the references to "silence [was] unbroken...

  16. Scream Queen

    Horror story. Scream Queen is a good example of this. Other gothic elements in the novel are supernatural occurrences. Usually there is some sort of explanation on...

  17. Comparison Between ‘Christabel’ From s.t.Coleridge’s Christabel And...

    undresses, the narrator yells O shield her! shield sweet Christabel! (Coleridge 8). Christabel is apparently not allowed to look at Geraldines body, perhaps in...

  18. Rose For Emilt

    of the foreshadowing, which leads to the surprising climax of this story. Use of gothic elements is when Emily Grierson buys the arsenic the reader can foreshadow...

  19. What Is 'Striking' About Marlowe's Presentation Of Mephistopheles In Dr Faustus?

    reach beyond them both. Through using this epistrophe, we also gain a sense of the gothic element of eternity- Mephistopheles will never be free of his suffering...

  20. In a Recent Poll, ‘Jane Eyre’ Was Voted One Of The Ten Most Popular Novels...

    often conjuring an atmosphere of mystery, secrecy, or even horror. Despite these Gothic elements, Janes personality is friendly and the tone is also affectionate...