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 am a Kentucky mountain girl far from home, perhaps far from the girl years. I am an aspiring writer with a wonderful husband who puts up with this writing and reading addiction I have. He also puts up with all of the yarn and knitting. I have four canine children and a ton of friends I love dearly. I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at the age of 2 1/2 and have still managed to have a good life despite all the pain. So, I invite you to join me in this journey and just possibly have fun along the way.
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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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