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Gothic fiction (Literary genre)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Litany of the Bone Saint, 2023

Identifier: pf_2023spring_fergione_ken.pdf
Overview "Sister Roksana, Priestess of Death, recruits Mihaela, innkeeper aspiring to practice magic, to confront a mysterious evil surrounding the fabled city, Death's End. An evil that the city's Lord Mayor, August Bane, and Librarian, Ulyana, accidentally free—a millennia old Queen that once ruled. As their investigations progress the three point of view characters, Roksana, Mihaela, and Ulyana, wrestle with their responsibilities, to the world and to the people they love, and find their faith...
Dates: 2023

T-Shirt in Winter, 2023

Identifier: pf_2023fall_cushing_christie.pdf

"T-Shirt in Winter, a mystery and suspense novel written in screenplay format, tells the story of a stranger who enters a small southern town centered around a cemetery. A literary blend of southern gothic and film noir, the book examines identity, individuality, authority, and oppression, while probing society’s propensity for snap judgements and stereotyping." -- Abstract

Dates: 2023

Ungeheuer, 2018

Identifier: cw_2018fall_johnson_scott asburry.pdf
Overview "'Ungeheuer' is a complete, 80,000-word stand-alone novel in the horror genre. The story follows four main characters who find themselves threatened by monsters released from an underground cave by a group of amateur spelunkers. This novel uses real Texas landmarks and towns to blur the line between fact and fiction, and relies heavily on the heritage and folklore of the Texas settlers. It also explores the themes of young love and the hero's journey as the characters fight to survive by...
Dates: 2018