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'the Darkness Is the Closet in Which Your Lover Roosts Her Heart': Lesbians, Desire and the Gothic Genre (Report) (Company Overview)

Journal of International Women's Studies 2008, March, 9, 2

Journal of International Women's Studies

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Abstract This paper discusses the use of the Gothic genre in two 'lesbian' novels (2): Nightwood by Djuna Barnes (1936) and Affinity by Sarah Waters (1999). (3) The Gothic, I argue, is employed and manipulated in order to counter the repressive effects of 'lesbian panic', evident in much women's fiction (an idea posited by Patricia Smith in Lesbian Panic, 1997).

'the Darkness Is the Closet in Which Your Lover Roosts Her Heart': Lesbians, Desire and the Gothic Genre (Report) (Company Overview)
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  • Category: Social Science
  • Published: 01 March 2008
  • Publisher: Bridgewater State College
  • Print Length: 34 Pages
  • Language: English
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