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Post-Millennial Gothic: Comedy, Romance and the Rise of Happy Gothic Kindle Edition
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Spooner is especially persuasive in her argument that the rise in the fusion of comedy and Gothic needs not to be viewed as on the fringes of what is quintessentially Gothic, but rather a turn toward a new form of Gothic altogether ... Spooner's writing style, as well as her intriguing references and anecdotes, provides for a very enjoyable and accessible read-for those inside and outside academia. * The Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts * Post-Millennial Gothic is well rounded, accessible and very readable study that arguably succeeds in its mission statement and more. * The Dark Arts Journal * This book expands our understanding of the Gothic and uses lots of interesting contemporary examples. I think this book would be of interest to not just Gothic scholars, but also those interested in post-millennial and material culture. * Fantastika *
Explores previously neglected elements of comedy, fantasy and romance in contemporary Gothic texts, from the Twilight books to the films of Tim Burton.
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