Some articles on gothic, gothic texts, texts:
... Characterized by its castles, dungeons, gloomy forests and hidden passages, from the Gothic novel genre emerged the Female Gothic ... authors such as Ann Radcliffe, Mary Shelley and Charlotte Brontë, the Female Gothic permitted the introduction of feminine societal and sexual desires into Gothic texts ... The Medieval society, in which Gothic texts are based, granted women writers the opportunity to attribute “features of the mode as the result of the suppression of female sexuality, or else as a challenge ...
... Culloton the complete Nocturnes, Mid-Winter Songs, Four Madrigals on Renaissance Texts and Les Chansons des Roses plus Three Psalm Settings ... A Season’s Promise New World Recordings Four Madrigals on Renaissance Texts, Psalm 29 and Mid-Winter Songs USC Chamber Singers Rodney Eichenberger Opus ... Choir, Trinity Church, Boston Brian Jones Sounds of Light Gothic Records O Magnum Mysterium Coro The Lover’s Ghost Dal Segno Ave Dulcissima Maria Cantus Cantus Cantus ...
Famous quotes containing the words texts and/or gothic:
“I know that I will always be expected to have extra insight into black textsespecially texts by black women. A working-class Jewish woman from Brooklyn could become an expert on Shakespeare or Baudelaire, my students seemed to believe, if she mastered the language, the texts, and the critical literature. But they would not grant that a middle-class white man could ever be a trusted authority on Toni Morrison.”
—Claire Oberon Garcia, African American scholar and educator. Chronicle of Higher Education, p. B2 (July 27, 1994)
“The Gothic cathedral is a blossoming in stone subdued by the insatiable demand of harmony in man.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)