NOC:The Victorian Gothic Short Story


Lecture 1 - THE GOTHIC - Literary Genre


Lecture 2 - Charles Dickens 'THE SIGNAL - MAN' - I - Close reading and the anxieties of the age


Lecture 3 - Charles Dickens 'THE SIGNAL - MAN' - II - Close reading and the anxieties of the age


Lecture 4 - Charles Dickens 'THE SIGNAL - MAN' - III - Close reading and the anxieties of the age


Lecture 5 - Charles Dickens 'THE SIGNAL - MAN' - IV - Close Reading and the anxieties of the age


Lecture 6 - Charles Dickens 'THE HAUNTED SIGNAL MAN' Lecture Summary and Character Sketches


Lecture 7 - Rudyard Kipling - My own true ghost story


Lecture 8 - Imperial Gothic - Major Characteristics


Lecture 9 - Rudyard Kipling 'My own true ghost story' - Close reading for implications of the imperial Gothic - I


Lecture 10 - Rudyard Kipling 'My own true ghost story' - Close reading for implications of the imperial Gothic - II


Lecture 11 - My Own True GhosT STORY - Lecture Summary and Comparison


Lecture 12 - Arthur Conan Doyle - The Red-Headed League - I


Lecture 13 - Arthur Conan Doyle - The Red-Headed League - II


Lecture 14 - Arthur Conan Doyle - The Red-Headed League - III


Lecture 15 - Arthur Conan Doyle 'The Red-Headed League' - A Conversation


Lecture 16 - Arthur Conan Doyle 'The Red-Headed League' - Summary and Interview of the Author


Lecture 17 - H.G. WELLS 'THE RED ROOM' - Close Reading And Its Implications


Lecture 18 - H.G. WELLS 'THE RED ROOM' - Victorian Gothic


Lecture 19 - H.G. WELLS 'THE RED ROOM' - Close Reading And Its Ideological Implications