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Romances, novels, and the classifications of Irish Romantic fiction
Christina Morin

proves that it is, in fact, revelatory of a much longer established generic fluidity and interdependence that prevents any easy distinction between gothic novel and national tale from the last decade of the eighteenth century into the first two decades of the nineteenth. In its pointed use and interrogation of romance as a tool for describing an often fantastic and horrific reality, moreover, O'Donnel links itself to contemporary tales such as The convent , The heroine , The Irish heiress , and Strathallan . As it does so, it underscores the enduring production

in The gothic novel in Ireland, c. 1760–1829