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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Gothic Romanticism Gothic Romanticism Horace Walpole created a large impact on literature and architecture by adding turrets, arched doors, windows, and towers to churches Dungeons, graveyards, screams, moans, hidden passageways, bloody hand prints and monsters are examples of what was included in this literature. Homosexuality was talked aboutFrequently in Gothic Literature. Started around the 18th Century Sources (Norton Anthology of English Literature, 2014). The Romantic Period: Topics. Retrieved from Anolik, R. (2007). Horrifying sex: Essays on sexual difference in Gothic literature. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland Due to the horrific things talked aboutimages would remain in a person's mind Homosexuals were seen asa "thing" not a person,and they were said to be the "3rdgender". Brinks, E. (2003). Gothic masculinity: Effeminacy and the supernatural in English and German romanticism. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press Burwick, F. (2003). Romantic Supernaturalism: The Case Study as Gothic Tale. 34(2). Retrieved November 7, 2014, from Human minds tend to hold ontothings that they believe In most books, homosexualpeople would be representedas inhuman. More than 55% of people believedthat something from the bookhad actually been createdinto the world. Famous authors include:-Horace Walpole-Anne Radcliffe-Clara Reeve Rape, incest, demons, vampires,zombies, etc. were all included inGothic Literature.
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