domingo, maio 26, 2024

Literariamente Gótico

Fonte: Tribuna do Norte Por Marcelo Alves Dias de Souza “O Castelo de Otranto” (“The Castle of Otranto”), de 1764, é convencionalmente considerado como o título fundador da denominada ficção gótica....

Subgêneros do Gótico em Literatura

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgUOes_xSW0

The Story of Carmilla: Literature’s First Vampire Was Actually a Woman

Source: Ancient Origins The novel Dracula, written by Bram Stoker and published in 1897, became a cult classic of horror literature throughout the world. It brought vampire legends to a wider...

Gótico Imperial — Literatura

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtKgWLvpdkg

On the Evolution of Female-Driven Gothic Narratives: A Reading List

Source: Literary Hub Christine Mangan Recommends Fiction that Honors and Upholds the Genre’s Enduring Legacy I can still recall reading my first Gothic novel, even all these years later. It was...

Greek Mythology 3500 BC to AD 2014 | University of Birminghan

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Gothic Novel

Source: Encyclopaedia Britannica Gothic novel, European Romantic pseudomedieval fiction having a prevailing atmosphere of mystery and terror. Its heyday was the 1790s, but it underwent frequent revivals in subsequent centuries. Called Gothic because its imaginative...

Bats: Out of Hell?

It took an Irish Gothic novelist to tie up centuries of demonic mythology surrounding this leathery, nocturnal mammal.  Source:  History Today Volume 70 Issue 10 October 2020 By Alexander Lee  What would vampires...

Frankenstein: Between Two Worlds

Mary Shelley’s great novel is not a commentary on the Industrial Revolution, nor is it a simple retelling of the myth of Prometheus. It is far more original than...

Decadentismo, simbolismo e outras tendências literárias finisseculares

Fonte: Plataforma 9, 18-10-2020 Ementa: Na literatura ocidental, o final do século XIX foi caracterizado pela proliferação de movimentos literários ou propostas de renovação estética. O esgotamento do realismo na...