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Sl.No Chapter Name MP4 Download
1Introduction : Key NovelDownload
2Gothic Elements; Gothic Sublime.Download
3Introduction : Gothic Terror and Horror.Download
4Gothic Forebonding; Affinity with the French Revolution; Types of Gothic FictionDownload
5Gothic and identities, Empire, Contemporary Anxieties Download
6Ann Radcliffe, The Mystries of Udolpho: The Castle of MotifDownload
7 Gothic Castle, Gothic Energy, Gothic SensibilityDownload
8Reading the Gothic Novel; Gothic and FamilyDownload
9Gothic Domesticity and PatriarchyDownload
10Gothic and Travel, Marriage, Discussion Questions Download
11The Gothic ContextsDownload
12Plotting the GothicDownload
13Feminine Silence and MarginalityDownload
14Gothic LandscapeDownload
15Historical and Literary Contexts Download
16Gothic ParodyDownload
17Gothic Terrors and the Education of Catherine MorlandDownload
18Gothic Reading and Mentor FiguresDownload
19Gothic Parody and Female Gothic Download
20Parodying the Gothic VillainDownload
21Introduction to Emily Bronte and Wuthering HeightsDownload
22Gothic terror, Fantasy and Violence Download
23Gothic Transgressions Download
24Gothic Displacement : Family, Childhood and ConfinementDownload
25Gothic Displacement : The conflict between children and parental authorityDownload
26Introduction to Charlotte Bronte, and the plot of Jane EyreDownload
27Gothic Plot and Imperial GothicDownload
28Gothic Subtexts; Madness and Femininity Download
29Gothic Rebellion and Symbols: Thornfield Hall and Bertha MasonDownload
30Gothic Rebellion, The Domestic and the ColonyDownload
31Introduction to the Christmas Ghost Story and Charles DickensDownload
32The Gothic Plot, Spectrality, and CommodityDownload
33The Dark Narrative; The Ghostly ChildrenDownload
34Gothic City: the City of SpectressDownload
35Gothic Structure and The ConsciousnessDownload
36Introduction to Dracula, Literary Contexts and Gothic MonstersDownload
37Gothic Sexuality, Tradition, and MetaphorsDownload
38Gothic Transformations and Narrative RolesDownload
39 Gothic Symbolisms: Vampirism and residuum Download
40The Urban Gothic, New Woman and Gothic MonstersDownload
41Introduction to the author; the novel; literary ContextsDownload
42 Plotting and the Female GothicDownload
43 Imperial Gothic Download
44Legacies of Empire and GothicDownload
45Imperial Gothic, and the OrientDownload
46Introduction to Doyle and conrtextsDownload
47Gothic Plot Download
48Anxieties of the Past and the Future Download
49Gothic tropes, landscape and cultural anxietiesDownload
50Gothic Crime and Mythical SubtextsDownload
51Gothic EvilDownload
52Introduction to Oscar Wilde; Literary Contexts; Plot of the novelDownload
53Aesthetic GothicDownload
54Aestheticism and DegeneracyDownload
55Gothic Art and MoralityDownload
56Gothic SettingDownload
57Gothic Setting ( Continuation )Download
58Dicken's Realist Gothic 'Bleak House' Women's WritingDownload
59Lecture OverviewDownload
60Lecture OverviewDownload
61Overview of Frankenstein and Jane EyreDownload
62Lecture Overview Download

Sl.No Chapter Name English
1Introduction : Key NovelDownload
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2Gothic Elements; Gothic Sublime.Download
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3Introduction : Gothic Terror and Horror.Download
Verified
4Gothic Forebonding; Affinity with the French Revolution; Types of Gothic FictionDownload
Verified
5Gothic and identities, Empire, Contemporary Anxieties Download
Verified
6Ann Radcliffe, The Mystries of Udolpho: The Castle of MotifDownload
Verified
7 Gothic Castle, Gothic Energy, Gothic SensibilityDownload
Verified
8Reading the Gothic Novel; Gothic and FamilyDownload
Verified
9Gothic Domesticity and PatriarchyDownload
Verified
10Gothic and Travel, Marriage, Discussion Questions Download
Verified
11The Gothic ContextsDownload
Verified
12Plotting the GothicDownload
Verified
13Feminine Silence and MarginalityDownload
Verified
14Gothic LandscapeDownload
Verified
15Historical and Literary Contexts Download
Verified
16Gothic ParodyDownload
Verified
17Gothic Terrors and the Education of Catherine MorlandDownload
Verified
18Gothic Reading and Mentor FiguresDownload
Verified
19Gothic Parody and Female Gothic Download
Verified
20Parodying the Gothic VillainDownload
Verified
21Introduction to Emily Bronte and Wuthering HeightsDownload
Verified
22Gothic terror, Fantasy and Violence Download
Verified
23Gothic Transgressions Download
Verified
24Gothic Displacement : Family, Childhood and ConfinementDownload
Verified
25Gothic Displacement : The conflict between children and parental authorityDownload
Verified
26Introduction to Charlotte Bronte, and the plot of Jane EyreDownload
Verified
27Gothic Plot and Imperial GothicDownload
Verified
28Gothic Subtexts; Madness and Femininity Download
Verified
29Gothic Rebellion and Symbols: Thornfield Hall and Bertha MasonDownload
Verified
30Gothic Rebellion, The Domestic and the ColonyDownload
Verified
31Introduction to the Christmas Ghost Story and Charles DickensDownload
Verified
32The Gothic Plot, Spectrality, and CommodityDownload
Verified
33The Dark Narrative; The Ghostly ChildrenDownload
Verified
34Gothic City: the City of SpectressDownload
Verified
35Gothic Structure and The ConsciousnessDownload
Verified
36Introduction to Dracula, Literary Contexts and Gothic MonstersDownload
Verified
37Gothic Sexuality, Tradition, and MetaphorsDownload
Verified
38Gothic Transformations and Narrative RolesDownload
Verified
39 Gothic Symbolisms: Vampirism and residuum Download
Verified
40The Urban Gothic, New Woman and Gothic MonstersDownload
Verified
41Introduction to the author; the novel; literary ContextsDownload
Verified
42 Plotting and the Female GothicDownload
Verified
43 Imperial Gothic Download
Verified
44Legacies of Empire and GothicDownload
Verified
45Imperial Gothic, and the OrientDownload
Verified
46Introduction to Doyle and conrtextsPDF unavailable
47Gothic Plot PDF unavailable
48Anxieties of the Past and the Future PDF unavailable
49Gothic tropes, landscape and cultural anxietiesPDF unavailable
50Gothic Crime and Mythical SubtextsPDF unavailable
51Gothic EvilPDF unavailable
52Introduction to Oscar Wilde; Literary Contexts; Plot of the novelPDF unavailable
53Aesthetic GothicPDF unavailable
54Aestheticism and DegeneracyPDF unavailable
55Gothic Art and MoralityPDF unavailable
56Gothic SettingPDF unavailable
57Gothic Setting ( Continuation )PDF unavailable
58Dicken's Realist Gothic 'Bleak House' Women's WritingPDF unavailable
59Lecture OverviewPDF unavailable
60Lecture OverviewPDF unavailable
61Overview of Frankenstein and Jane EyrePDF unavailable
62Lecture Overview PDF unavailable


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