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Stephen king’s gothic explores what is ‘gothic’ about king’s writing – its obsessions with the macabre, the uncanny and the horrific, with writers and the stran. It's still popular today with current authors such as stephen king and is considered a category within romantic literature gothic literature, formal realism, and ian watt in many ways, the.
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