Gothic Literature

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A-Levels English Mind Map on Gothic Literature, created by patty12345 on 06/24/2013.

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Gothic Literature
1 The bloody chamber (Angela Carter)
1.1 Although she says that its not a re-interpretation of story tales with an added femme fetale it has many different conventions of both a weak and strong confident women, such as the weak women in Alice-Wolf whom was then over-come by her inner self and became in fact a strong confident women, atypical to what was first expected.
1.2 A collection of gothic novels
1.2.1 Angela explores our inner sexual desires with constant mentions of a relationship more than Mum & Son, Father and Daughter.
1.3 A whole collection named after her most thrilling novel
1.4 Carter claimed that she used the basis of the fairy tales as a beginning for her stories, despite some of her stories showing a vivid similiarity with other fairy tales
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