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Breaking Bonds. Breaking Bad and Philosophy. Badder living through Chemistry. It should be no surprise given the history of the genre that powerful, clever and cunning heroines remain a key element of the gothic. Buffy, the eponymous heroine of Buffy the Vampire Slayer — , is a postmodern version of the Radcliffian heroine, trained to channel her powerful emotions into kicking demon and vampire arse.
With her belief in the power of scientific method, and her Radcliffian investment in rational skepticism, she is every bit the equal of her partner, the ardent believer, Fox Mulder. Library Exhibitions Dark imaginings: gothic tales of wonder Gothic Research Feminism and the Gothic: A Brief History One of the most interesting things about the rise of gothic fiction in the late eighteenth century is that it coincided with the emergence of what we now recognise as modern-day feminism.
Contemporary gothic and feminism It should be no surprise given the history of the genre that powerful, clever and cunning heroines remain a key element of the gothic. Further Reading Knowles, Claire.