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Female sexual agency and male victims
Jenny DiPlacidi

play’s offended parties. As the Gothic aesthetic insists (through its idealisation of Romance) these taboos are rationally rooted in a providential nature, supporting political and familial legitimacy’ (p. 119) while Clery finds the play resistant to its contemporaneous political hegemony. 29 Samuel

in Gothic incest