At the beginnings of the Gothic, the female was the object of consumption and thus was denied appetite and was depicted as starved and starving.
A psycho-ontological analysis of the Depressive Suicidal Black Metal subculture and subgenre in comparison with contemporary literature.
The linking of mental illness and the Gothic is prevalent and perverse with representations of its dark side of the psychiatric experience.
‘In the Flesh’ addresses concerns against the medical culture in which poisonous pharmacology threatens a Gothicized neoliberal way of life.
Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde brought attention to the degeneration theories and the corresponding emergence of a modern “new” wave of Gothic literature.
A look at “horror” both as a narrative genre and as a trans-genre, in which it has become entangled with excessive, pathological fantasy and enjoyment.