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The Mysteries of Udolpho has earned fame as the quintessential Gothic novel, full of all the essential elements and a must-read for fans of ...

The Mysteries of Udolpho by Ann Radcliffe

Last week we looked at our favorite scary Gothic houses from literature; there are so many, and they are all so interrelated, that it seemed like a good idea to go deeper and offer a timeline of great moments in the development of Gothic fiction.

In 1897, Bram Stoker popularized the vampire with his gothic horror novel Dracula, inspiring countless interpretations of the undead figure that feasts on the blood of victims. The Irish author’s o...

8 Bram Stoker Stories That Aren’t ‘Dracula’ You Can Read Right Now

In Bram Stoker popularized the vampire with his gothic horror novel Dracula, inspiring countless interpretations of the undead figure that feasts on the blood of victims. The Irish author’s o…

A Discourse on Inequality (Penguin Classics)

A Discourse on Inequality (Penguin Classics)

Contest for book re-covers ... Jeff Stammen's Cover for Jane Eyre

Of all the of books I have read over the years I always return to Jane Eyre - my favourite book (Book cover - Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë

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