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More filters. Sort order. If you are really interested in Gothic Wanderers, it is the very best and the most complete study and analysis that has ever been done on them and I think it is impossible to really know about Gothic literature without having read Tichelaar book. I have decided not to finish it for the time being because I want to read more of the books which are mentioned in this study, but what I have read so far fascinates me!! I have the actual book, on paper I mean, not the e-book and I must say it is really worth the money!!
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This is reflected in the style of language chosen by the author and the structure of the book, which retains the greater formality of an academic text by comparison to, for example, a work of popular non-fiction. The work is divided into thre Disclaimer: I was fortunate to win a copy of 'The Gothic Wanderer' in a Goodreads giveaway. The work is divided into three major parts.
The first of these is the creation of the Gothic Wanderer. In this the author defines what he means by this term and looks at the influence of the French Revolution, Paradise Lost, The Wandering Jew, gambling and Roscrucianism on the development of the Wanderer in Gothic literature.
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The second part focuses on the subversion of the traditional Gothic Wanderer, looking at the Wandering Jewess in Fanny Burney's work, as well as the more existential Wanderer such as Frankenstein's Monster. The third part focuses on the theme of redemption and includes an analysis of Dicken's A Tale of Two Cities, vampire literature such as Glenarvon, The Vampyre and, of course, Dracula, and finally brings us up to the present day with the Twilight phenomenon.
This book is perhaps of most value to those studying the Gothic novel as part of a Literature degree. It contains a number of interesting points and makes considered comparisons to various authors and their writings, as well as historical events such as the French Revolution. Feb 02, wally rated it liked it Shelves: tichelaar.
The Gothic Wanderer: From Transgression to Redemption; Gothic Literature from 1794 - present
Nov 01, Luke Bauserman rated it it was amazing. This book was one of those. The history of stories can be fascinating! More than just a reference book about the gothic novel, examines the gothic elements in many genre.
A book that I will refer to many times. May 10, Megan rated it it was amazing Shelves: goodreads-reviews , non-fiction. Debra Freeland rated it it was amazing Mar 30, Steven Ridgely rated it really liked it Mar 16, Clare Shepherd rated it it was amazing Apr 30, Wendy Fall rated it really liked it Jun 25, Steven Ridgely rated it really liked it Jan 15,