How Villains Are Depicted Differently in Male- vs. Female-Authored Gothic Novels of the Eighteenth Century (Part 3 of 3)
Here comes the last section of this three-part series on gendered Gothic villains. If you haven’t yet read the first two parts, scroll down below and give them a read. Note: If you haven’t yet read The Castle of Otranto or A Sicilian Romance, they are both short reads and available freely online. Horace Walpole’s… Read more
How Villains Are Depicted Differently in Male- vs. Female-Authored Gothic Novels of the Eighteenth Century (Part 2 of 3)
(If you haven’t already, click here to read part 1 of this series of blogs on gendered Gothic villains) Ann Radcliffe’s A Sicilian Romance A (very) brief introduction to Ann Radcliffe Ann Radcliffe (1764 – 1823) was arguably the most popular novelist in eighteenth-century England. She is widely considered to be the originator of the… Read more
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