The Gothic Element in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown Page: 63
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story, A striking similarity is the method tooth writers used
to pr&iuo® terror in both victims; their attempts to escape
are blocked by darkness and th@ strangeness of their surroundings#
The aubjeot natter and the dramatic situation in poe's
Tales of the grotesque and Arabesque bear unmistakable identity
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wife, previously quoted in this study, is an example,
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and "Moralla, * that intrigued Poe ara foreshadowed in wieland.
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rapture very similar t© that of Poe*s pathologioal ©haraaters.
Wleland ©xel&imed, "I liftad tha corps© in &y arms and laid
it on tha bad* Suoh was tha elation of «y thoughts that 1
broke into laughter Poe was able t© injeat into equally
diaboli® aation a quality of sola deliberation and to surround
it with an aura of distortad moral earnestness quite beyond
Brown* a reaehf but tha germ evidently is here**-?
Poe developed an obaaaaion for unity and brevity in
fiation. "Bereniae* eoaes aloaer to hia utilization of both
to a maximum degree than any of his preceding stories.
Ha was developing and polishing hara tha
materiela of Brookdan Brown, tightening tha jointa
%ialand. p. 194.
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Cannon, Willie Jim. The Gothic Element in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown, thesis, 1950; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc130235/m1/66/: accessed August 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .