Definition of Gothic romancer

1. Noun. A writer of Gothic romances.

Generic synonyms: Author, Writer
Derivative terms: Gothic Romance



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gothic Romancer

Gothamist
Gothamists
Gothamite
Gothamites
Gothenburg
Gothic
Gothic Lolita
Gothic alphabet
Gothic arch
Gothic arch tracing
Gothic arches
Gothic architecture
Gothic double
Gothic palate
Gothic romance
Gothic romancer
Gothically
Gothicise
Gothicised
Gothicises
Gothicising
Gothicism
Gothicity
Gothicize
Gothicized
Gothicizes
Gothicizing
Gothick
Gothicky
Gothicness

Literary usage of Gothic romancer

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1. The Development of the English Novel by Wilbur Lucius Cross (1899)
"And yet the gothic romancer helped to make the English novel what it is to-day. He rightly insisted that literature is not merely utilitarian: that there is ..."

2. The Study of a Novel by Selden Lincoln Whitcomb (1905)
"In the preface of Frankenstein, Mrs. Shelley gives this frank testimony of the gothic romancer: " Oh if I could only . . . frighten my reader as I myself ..."

3. History of American Literature by Reuben Post Halleck (1911)
"... then to Brown belongs the honor of first recognizing in the Indian a valuable literary asset from the gothic romancer's point of view. ..."

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