The Gothic as individuation story
Posted by Stolzi on October 19, 1997 at 23:06:04:
In response to Mad, bad etc, written by Stolzi on October 18, 1997 at 20:00:57
Besides the hero, there's the house. A big old house, always hiding secrets and dangers.
It's common parlance that the home and surroundings are important to females.
In the Gothic, does that big house symbolize the =self= with its hidden secrets to be revealed, its locked rooms to be opened and known?
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