Fantasy & Gothic Blog

Exhibitions on Terror and Wonder: The Legacy of Gothic Horror

Posted by Gillian Whitaker

The British Library’s recent exhibition Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination celebrated 250 years since Horace Walpole’s ‘Castle of Otranto’, though the popular exhibition sadly closed its doors last month, leaving fewer ways to now satisfy that thirst for all things gothic. With our new range of ebooks on the subject, we thought we’d take a look back at how the exhibition looked at the gothic genre, and see if we can’t provide some material for those who missed out or simply need another fix!

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Topics: gothic dreams, zombies, British Library, vampires

Gothic Horror: The Gothic Imagination

Posted by Laura Bulbeck

Gothic literature has been a huge part of British history since its conception, and with Halloween around the corner, what better time to celebrate it! The British Library has just opened their exhibition Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination, and it presents the evolution and spread of the Gothic genre over the 250 years it's been in existence.

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Topics: gothic dreams, British Library

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