English Literature students blog about London's largest Gothic exhibition
English 29 January 2015
The students are from the BA English Literature and BA English Literature and Creative Writing courses and are taking a module on gothic literature, culture and history.
Interested by the exhibition's gothic objects and atmosphere they have produced a blog site in which they reflect on the success of the exhibition, the reasons for the terror it evoked and the wonder that audiences experienced.
Visit the website Exhibiting the Gothic: University of Westminster English students on Terror and Wonder.
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