Gender, Genre and Dracula: Joan Copjec and “Vampire Fiction”

Gender, Genre and Dracula: Joan Copjec and “Vampire Fiction”

Perhaps the most celebrated recent intervention into the field of history, gender, and the Gothic is Joan Copjec’s ‘Read My Desire’ (2015), especially the chapter ‘Vampires, Breast-Feeding, and Anxiety’. Copjec writes this work within a Lacanian tradition enacted by, amongst others, Frederic Jameson (Jameson 1977), Miran Bozovic (Bozovic 2000), and, most famously, Slavoj Žižek (Žižek 1997).

‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’ and the Gothic Carnivalesque

‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’ and the Gothic Carnivalesque

The American gothic powerfully influenced Ray Bradbury’s writing, and a midwestern carnival inspired him to become a writer. When Bradbury was a boy, his aunt Neva gave him a copy of Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘Tales of Mystery and Imagination’, illustrated by Harry Clarke.

The Cultural Historical Context of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

The Cultural Historical Context of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

Mary Shelley conceived her creature at the height of the literary and philosophical period called Romanticism. The forces that marked this period were the many changes that were being carried out, such as political (French and American revolutions), economic (from rural to urban economy and the beginnings of the industrial revolution), scientific (discoveries in medicine, neurology, electricity, and chemistry), and social (growing importance of education of the masses).

‘Witchfinder General’: From Historical Novel to “Horror” Film

‘Witchfinder General’: From Historical Novel to “Horror” Film

One of the developments in the representation of witchcraft at the end of the twentieth-century is that the portrayal of witch-hunters moves from approbation to repulsion. In part, this was due to wider cultural movements: a concern for social, gendered and racial justice, and distaste for arbitrary authority.

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