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by Ann Radcliffe

Keywords: gothic

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Description and Narration in Ann Radcliffe’s Mysteries of Udolpho
“In this passage from The Mysteries of Udolpho. note how Radcliffe begins with exposition and then, in the second paragraph, switches to her narrated description or word-painting. In the paragraphs below I have added underlining to point out typically Gothic (or Gothick) images, descriptions, and emphases. In contrast, I have used a bold font to highlight the techniques that constitute her word-painting.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: George Landow
From: Victorian Web
Examples of Word-painting from Ann Radliffe’s The Mysteries of Udolpho: A Romance (1794)
“Ann Radcliffe seemed have invented the technique of proto-cinematic — or narrative — description called word-painting. In the following passages from the Oxford University Press two-volume edition The Mysteries of Udolpho: A Romance, note how she first creates a center of perception or narrative eye and then moves it in such a way as to pan across the narrated scene.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: George Landow
From: Victorian Web

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