‘Vampirella’ Radio Plays as a ‘Sleeping Beauty’ Metaphor

‘Vampirella’ Radio Plays as a ‘Sleeping Beauty’ Metaphor

Angela Carter’s radio play ‘Vampirella’ (1976) opens with a chorus of birdsong, with doves cooing and a lark singing in the musical accompaniment of the title character’s long and sharp nails against the bars of a birdcage. The melancholic vampire asks herself, “Can a bird sing only the song it knows or can it learn a new song…”, only to be interrupted by the screech of a bat.

Hawthorne’s Romantic Chronotope of the Gothic Home

Hawthorne’s Romantic Chronotope of the Gothic Home

Nathaniel Hawthorne states in the preface to ‘The House of the Seven Gables’ that he hopes “the book may be read strictly as a Romance, having a great deal more to do with the clouds overhead, than with any portion of the actual soil of the County of Essex” (Hawthorne 3).

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