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  • Nightmare on Main Street Angels Sadomasochism and the Culture of Gothic
  • Mark Edmundson
  • English
  • 02 August 2020
  • 9780674624634

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CHARACTERS ê Nightmare on Main Street Angels Sadomasochism and the Culture of Gothic Culture suffused with the Gothic not just in novels and films but even in the nonfictive realms of politics and academic theories TV news and talk shows various therapies and discourses on AIDS and the environment Gothic's first wave in the 1790s reflected the truly terrifying events unfolding in revolutionary France What Edmundson asks does the ascendancy of the Gothic in the 1990s tell us about our own dayAnd what of another trend seemingly unrelated the widespread belief that re creating oneself i. Edmundson s book is wide ranging look at how the Gothic in a broad cultural sense informs American culture and society He has original and unusual ideas about gothic cultureAround 1975 slasher film to begin proliferating in America Texas chainsaw massacre Halloween Nightmare on Elm Street Friday the Thirteenth 3 Most of these productions whether their creators know it or not are descendants of the Gothic novel the terror fiction that took off in England while the French revolution was unfolding across the channel 4This book begins with a survey and a diagnosis of the 1990s American Gothic but it does not stop there In the pages to come I also consider a mode that appears to be entirely antithetical to the guy a mode I call facile transcendence The ethos of facile transcendence epitomized as it is by the various New Age panaceas by the fixation with Guardian Angels and by the pervasive attraction to idealized celebrity images is that you can transform yourself into a higher being with little or no exertion reuired 6One of the major resources of this Gothic mode is the double The idea of a second self of a horrible other living unrecognized within us or loosed somehow into the world beyond is central to the vision of terror Gothic and active in the other modes as well 8The first big wave of American slasher films ran from about 1975 to the late 1980s until the genre went mainstream and expensive with silenceThe first big wave of American slasher films ran from about 1975 to the late 1980s until the genre went mainstream and expensive with Silence of the Lambs 17A deep ambivalence about authority lines near the heart of our culture of Gothic 21But most disturbing is the discourse of AIDS surely our major public occasion for indulgence in apocalyptic Gothic And AIDS does lend itself readily to Gothic depictions It s a condition that inhabits its victims haunts them often for than a decade before making itself manifest It is associated with something in the distant past often a socially stigmatized act 28But the most intriguing exponent of Gothic theory is surely Michel Foucault Who is also arguably the 1990s most influential thinker for both the social sciences and the humanities He s haunting agency which is everywhere and nowhere as evanescent and insistent as a resourceful spook is called Power 41The traditional vampire tales played out the theme of modern revolution the overthrow and death of the aristocracy was dramatized once 43Fin de scowled American Gothic is often motivated by a drive to turn back the clock to get the uppity women blacks and the young back into their placelike 18 Century Gothic current Gothic displays anxiety over that vast transformations The she has witnessed 65But where is American Emerson now Where is our counter weight to Poe Poe s Gothic Genius lift on through Hawthorne and Millville and enters the present in a myriad of forms from Anne Rice s novels to the daytime talk shows of Oprah Winfrey and company Emerson befit Whitman and Thoreau Frost and in certain regards Wallace Stevens But where is that influence now 73As the Olympian gods look down on the doings of puny humans so we are invited to look up on the players on sitcom TV 86Lionel Trilling famously call the 1960s cultural rebellion modernism in the streets but it had far to do with the movement that s been called romanticism 108A ghost is a form of repetition a form of guilt 177 Hot Young Babysitter: A Sexy Babysitter Erotica Story how the Gothic in a broad cultural sense informs American culture and society He Aurora Borealis: The Magnificent Northern Lights 2019 12 x 12 Inch Monthly Square Wall Calendar with Foil Stamped Cover, USA Alaska Northern Lights has original and unusual ideas about gothic cultureAround 1975 slasher film to begin proliferating in America Texas chainsaw massacre Halloween Nightmare on Elm Street Friday the Thirteenth 3 Most of these productions whether their creators know it or not are descendants of the Gothic 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