Timothy Jones1
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  • 1 Victoria University of Wellington
The Canniness of the Gothic
Genre as Practice
in Gothic Studies
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The term ‘Gothic’ is used in critical writing to describe an ever-increasing variety of texts that are not popularly recognisable as such. This article suggests Gothic texts ought to be read in terms of their genre, and that genre can be understood as the practical logic of habitus, formulated by Bourdieu.

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