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Gothic and Supernatural Literature

Division: Humanities

Department: English & Philosophy

Course: ENGL 2430

Title: Gothic and Supernatural Literature

Description: This course explores Gothic and supernatural literature, with an emphasis on horror fiction, from 1764 to the present day. Works that have been studied in recent years include Frankenstein, Carmilla, The Tell-Tale Heart, and short stories by Stephen King. Themes that have been discussed include the sublime, sexual identity, and the nature of evil.

Courses Taught Fall 2020

2430-100TTH11:00 am-12:15 pmParry, Kade C.

Courses Taught Spring 2021

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