Gothic Fiction

Explore the dark and mysterious world of Gothic fiction with these captivating novels. Immerse yourself in thrilling tales of suspense, romance, and the supernatural.
What defines the gothic genre? This literary guide is jam-packed with genre history and genre facts, the best gothic books to read, gothic authors and more to inspire your reading list and get you feeling ghostly. Starting with classic gothic literature to modern gothic fiction, find the best gothic novels to read. PS: It has also inspired the current trend of Dark Academia. Who doesn't love a classic gothic horror novel? Read now or save for later! Gothic, Reading, Historical Fiction, Gothic Romance Books, Gothic Novel, Gothic Fiction, Gothic Books, Gothic Movies, Southern Gothic Literature

What defines the gothic genre? This literary guide is jam-packed with genre history and genre facts, the best gothic books to read, gothic authors and more to inspire your reading list and get you feeling ghostly. Starting with classic gothic literature to modern gothic fiction, find the best gothic novels to read. PS: It has also inspired the current trend of Dark Academia. Who doesn't love a classic gothic horror novel? Read now or save for later!

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Gothic novels are notable for their overwrought drama, dark corridors, mysterious locales and eerie atmospheres. The list below encompasses a variety of Gothic books, short stories and novellas, both modern and classic, and includes Southern Gothic novels as well. This list is divided into the following categories: General Gothic Novels Gothic Short Stories and Novellas ...

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The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allan Poe Novels, Reading, American Literature, Edgar Allan Poe, Gothic, Gothic Books, Horror Books, Crimson Peak, Gothic Fiction

The Fall of the House of Usher Typical style of Edgar Allan Poe, you can tell it was dark romanticism from the title itself. Roderich Usher, the last of his family line, suffers great depression after the death of his twin sister, the only relative he had. His friend, also the narrator comes to see him and eventually witnesses the falling of the house of Usher, the falling of the Roderick Usher himself. One of the ideas was that the scene of the house with the zigzag crack on its wall…

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