Gender and the Gothic Space | The Gothic Imagination | Literature | Scoop.it

After last week’s blog on the critical category of the ‘female Gothic’, this week I’m going to look at the gendering of genres from a different perspective. After all, twentieth-century critics were not the first to connect gender and genre. Eighteenth-century commentary tends to gender the Gothic, too, and this discourse informs the period’s literature.


Via Ricardo Lourenço