All beauty must die, and in Edgar Allan Poe, the relationship between beauty and death echoes another duality: love and death.
Spiritualism’s resistance to established notions made it an appealing alternative to conventional religions, by recognising no formal hierarchy.
A brief history of horror is followed by an examination of the trends and changes that have occurred in contemporary horror fiction over time.
From Celtic Goddesses and the fairies of folklore, the literary character of Morgan le Fay has been most commonly perceived as a witch and a villainess.
The nineteenth-century period of inspiration and transformations, primes with eloquent transculturation and hybridization of the Gothic in Latin America.
At the opening of the eighteenth-century, there is a weakening of conviction of the importance of man’s personal relation to God the Father.