John-Paul Riquelme ensures that the insufficient critical attention to twentieth-century Gothic tropes and forms has indeed not vanished.
We have no reliable information about death as an experience, and this emphasises death’s nature as a secret and mysterious event.
The posthuman Gothic distinguishes itself as a subgenre in which instances of horror arise from inevitable integrations of human subjects and technologies.
The figure of the comic book hero Batman has been repeatedly associated to Gothic imagery and themes in many of its incarnations.
Once considered escapist, the Gothic genre has recently begun to be explored for its material concerns and engagement with real-world matters.
Professor Jack V. Haney’s series, ‘The Complete Russian Folktale,’ narratives may be less familiar to many readers and are more difficult to define.