The Victorian Gothic Short Story

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The Victorian Gothic Short Story

The Victorian Short Story in Relation to the Gothic Mode is the focus of this course. It will introduce students to the form as it was used by great masters of literature such as Charles Dickens, Rudyard Kipling, Oscar Wilde, and H.G. Wells in the United Kingdom. The Gothic short tale was an important and growing literary genre in Victorian times, as this course emphasizes.

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Course Content

H.G. WELLS “THE RED ROOM” – Close Reading And Its Ideological Implications

  • H.G. WELLS “THE RED ROOM” – Victorian Gothic
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  • H.G. WELLS “THE RED ROOM” – Close Reading And Its Implications
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  • ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE “The Red-Headed League” – Summary and Interview of the Author
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  • ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE – The Red-Headed League – III
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  • ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE – The Red-Headed League – II
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  • ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE – The Red-Headed League – I
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  • RUDYARD KIPLING – Close reading for implications of the imperial Gothic – II
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  • RUDYARD KIPLING ‘My own true ghost story’ – Close reading for implications of the imperial Gothic
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  • IMPERIAL GOTHIC – Major Characteristics
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  • RUDYARD KIPLING – My own true ghost story
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  • CHARLES DICKENS ‘THE HAUNTED SIGNAL MAN’ Lecture Summary and Character Sketches
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  • CHARLES DICKENS ‘THE SIGNAL – MAN’ -III – Close reading and the anxieties of the age
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  • CHARLES DICKENS ‘THE SIGNAL – MAN’ -II – Close reading and the anxieties of the age
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  • CHARLES DICKENS ‘THE SIGNAL – MAN’ – Close reading and the anxieties of the age
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  • THE GOTHIC – Literary Genre
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  • Charles Dickens ‘The Signal Man’: Close Reading and the Anxieties of the Age- IV
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  • Arthur Conan Doyle ‘The Red-Headed League’: A Conversation
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