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Gothic Notebook By Katelynn Brown
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Gothic notebook with 200 lined pages to write in. Each page has a border made of bats.
Gothic Fiction - The Castle of Otranto By Horace Walpole
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The Castle of Otranto, regarded as the first gothic novel ever written, tells the tale of love, deceit, haunting, and death. Shortly before his wedding, Conrad is crushed to death by a gigantic... More > helmet that falls on him from above. This inexplicable event is particularly ominous in light of an ancient prophecy "The castle and lordship of Otranto should pass from the present family, whenever the real owner should be grown too large to inhabit it". Terrified that Conrad's death signals the beginning of the end for his line, his father, Mannfred, resolves to avert destruction by marrying his son's fiance, while divorcing his current wife Hippolita, who he feels has failed to bear him a proper heir. However, as Manfred attempts to marry Isabella, she escapes, and finds sanctuary in the local church.< Less
Gothic Myths and Legends By Aelfric Avery
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Gothic Myths and Legends is a modern creative retelling of the surviving ancient Gothic stories and histories as preserved in the writings of ancient Roman historians and Norse sagas. These are... More > combined with some of the author's own narrative and poetry. The stories have been thoughtfully woven together into one long tale of the Gothic gods, kings and heroes. The story of the Goths is told in two parts: the "Gude Spill" or Story of the Gods begins with the creation of the world and the divine origins of the Goths, and the "Amale Spill" or Story of the Amali line of Gothic kings, as well as their Balthic, Longobardic and Anglo-Saxon descendants. Also included is a commentary on the Gude Spill which explains how the primary sources have been woven together, and an English translation of "The Battle of the Goths and Huns" from the Hervarar Saga.< Less
Collected English Poems By Line Svendsen
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This is a small collection of some of my poems written in english (my mother tongue is norwegian), using various writing styles, and often portraying a gothic-like, dreamy atmosphere: I see a dream... More > or a vision and I write it down.< Less
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VAMPoetry Vol. 1 By Gothic Poetry Journal VAMPoetry
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VAMPoetry Vol. 1 A collection of vampire verses: The Gothic Poetry Journal VAMPoetry unleashes its inaugural volume of versatile verses of undeath. Contributing poets Mark Green, Ronald Terry,... More > Courtney Upah, Cheryl Ann Fletcher, Anatoly Belilovsky, Melinda Sands, Ray Prew, Josh Darling, Kelly Helen Thompson, Claire Marie de la Grange, Godfrey Tamilia, Robert Easton, Norbert Gora, Mathias Jansson, and Layla Ayobi present their original lines featuring the vampire motif. Enjoy our Gothic poetry and stunning artwork by Kirasene. Visit our website at https://vampoetry.wordpress.com/ Join us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/vampoetry/ Follow Kirasene: https://www.facebook.com/thekirasene/ / http://kirasene.tumblr.com/ / https://www.instagram.com/kirasene/< Less
Black Magic By Marjorie Bowen
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Black Magic begins with this ominous first line: 'In the large room of a house in a certain quiet city in Flanders, a man was guilding a devil'. That person is Dirk Renswoude, a craftsman and loner... More > of noble birth who has been mistreated in some unspecified way by his family. He meets Thierry, a young scholar on his way to study at the university at Basle and they soon discover that they have a shared fascination with the black arts. However, Thierry is initially cautious and afraid of blasphemy, whilst Dirk is ambitious to be "as great as the Master we serve can make his followers" and thirst for power. Dirk leads them on to experiments with mystic circles drawn on the floor in chalk, the chanting of arcane incantations and the evocation of grotesque, demonic visions writhing in the speculum. Thierry still wavers, but when their experiments lead to murder the die is cast for both of them. One of the best gothic novels ever written!< Less
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The Italian By Ann Radcliffe
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The Italian, or the Confessional of the Black Penitents (1797) is a Gothic novel written by the English author Ann Radcliffe. It is the last book Radcliffe published during her lifetime. The Italian... More > has a dark, mysterious and somber tone, and concerns the themes of love, devotion and persecution by the Holy Inquisition. It also deals with issues prevalent at the time of the French Revolution, such as religion, aristocracy and nationality. Radcliffe's renowned use of veiled imagery is considered to have reached its height of sophistication and complexity in The Italian; concealment and disguise are central motifs of the novel. In line with late 18th-century sensibility and its parallel fetishisation of the sublime and the sentimentally pastoral, the heightened emotional states of Radcliffe's characters are often reflected through the pathetic fallacy. The novel is noted for its extremely effective antagonist, Father Schedoni.< Less
The Castle of Otranto By Horace Walpole
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Contains 36 illustrations by Babette van den Berg. The Castle of Otranto is a 1764 novel by Horace Walpole.The Castle of Otranto tells the story of Manfred, lord of the castle, and his family. The... More > book begins on the wedding-day of his sickly son Conrad and princess Isabella. Shortly before the wedding, however, Conrad is crushed to death by a gigantic helmet that falls on him from above. This inexplicable event is particularly ominous in light of an ancient prophecy "That the castle and lordship of Otranto should pass from the present family, whenever the real owner should be grown too large to inhabit it." Manfred, terrified that Conrad's death signals the beginning of the end for his line. He becomes obsessed with the idea of ending his marriage with Hippolita in pursuit of the much younger Isabella....< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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