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The Body — Although technically a short story, King embodies the Gothic tradition in this tale of youth and innocence lost. Interview with the Vampire — Like Dracula, this one is pretty obvious.
In English literature, the architectural Gothic revival and classical Romanticism gave rise to the Gothic novel in the second half of the eighteenth century, often dealing with dark themes in human nature against medieval backdrops and with elements of the supernatural. So the next time you get a hankering for a book that blends horror and romance, utilizes family saga and mystery, revels in atmosphere and dread, why not pick up a gothic?