The s t a r s, the m o o n.
They have all been blown out.
Beach at Whitby, North Yorkshire, England by Camperman64
Inkdrops Project - “Batgirl” (28.02.2014)
Not that type of batgirl.
Male Gothic tends to represent the male protagonist’s attempt to penetrate some encompassing interior; female Gothic more typically represents a female protagonist’s attempts to escape from a confining inferior.
- David Punter; The Gothic
Dracula’s Jonathan Harker. (Radio Play version by Liz Lochhead based, Hiddls’ influenced).
In my version Mina stays a kickass vampire and shares a bizzare-sitcom-like-domestic life with him.
(“MINA! Did you eat our new neighbours again??”
Literature Meme - [1/2] Literary Movements - The Gothic
A mode originating in England in the late eighteenth century, gothic literature became wildly popular in the nineteenth century. Its name comes from a setting common to the mode - that of the gothic castle, one of the medieval horror of hidden dungeons haunted by vampires, ghosts, and monsters.
Gothic literature is the product of the mingling of the modes of horror and romanticism. From romanticism gothic literature acquires its preoccupation with the inner workings of the mind and its stark revolt against the scientific rationalization of nature; from horror, its eerie fascination with the realm of the supernatural.Notable gothic writers include:
Edgar Allan Poe