A Different List Of Classic Gothic Literature

The best Gothic novels The following list is not supposed to represent the ten most definitive Gothic novels ever published – it’s a list to inspire debate and discussion as much as it is a list of recommendations of classic Gothic works of fiction. Nevertheless, we reckon the reader of Gothic fiction could do worse […]

via 10 Classic Gothic Novels Everyone Should Read — Interesting Literature

There a couple of novels from this list I haven’t read.  It is always exciting to discover something new.

About Henrietta Handy

I have returned home to the mountains. No more am I "a mountain-girl far from home." Diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at 2 1/2, I understand pain, fatigue, laughter, joy, and love all while on crutches and in wheelchairs. This blog is just about me, mostly the writing side, but there are forays into so many different topics. I am married to a wonderful husband who puts up with my writing, knitting, yarn, with the love of a saint. We have fur babies, and one cat who rules us all.
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2 Responses to A Different List Of Classic Gothic Literature

  1. Brian Bixby says:

    I’d toss in “Quaker City, or The Monks of Monk Hall” by George Lippard (1845) as an early American grand opus. Best described as a “corruptions of the city” gothic novel, it does contain one memorable flight of fancy, a vision of the future in which democracy is crushed in the United States from causes prefigured in the novel


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