Tag Archives: Ghost stories
Virginia Woolf’s (whose birthday is today) short story ‘A Haunted House’ is a superb modernist reworking of the classic Gothic haunted house tale. In its tenderness, it might be a fine example of what Catherine Spooner calls ‘happy Gothic’. A … Continue reading
This is a wonderful series of articles on ‘The Aural Aesthetics of Ghosts in BBC Ghost Stories’ which should be of interest to anyone who enjoyed radio adaptations and the power of sound in creating Gothic landscapes.