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Antagonist characters in the early gothic novel: a matter of political anxiety?
(Doğuş Üniversitesi, 2001-01-15)
During the eighteenth-century, the antagonist, previously the second most important character in a story, becomes, first in Richardson's Clarissa, and then under Gothic influence, the main character in the novel. This ...
Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s "the Rime of the Ancient Mariner" and "Christabel": doubts about the universal order"
(Doğuş Üniversitesi, 2000-01-15)
There is a dark strain which can be traced in the poetry of all the major nineteenth century English romantic poets: a scepticism about the ultimate purpose of man's life, a sense of having lost a metaphysical certainty ...