'Pride comes before a fall' Gothic essay [FULL MARKS] : Macbeth, Frankenstein and Lady of the House of Love

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My response to the essay question 'Pride comes before a fall. To what extent is this true of Gothic protagonist?' Written on Macbeth, Frankenstein and The Lady of the House of Love

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`Pride comes before a fall.' To what extent is this true of Gothic protagonists?

Gothic literature often features an intense focus on the moral deterioration of a main protagonist,
depicting their typical fall from a proud outset to a darker, more damaged character by the ending.
This typical narrative structure…

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However, there is also argument that Gothic literature does not always follow this pattern of a fall
from pride, and that there are instead alternative narrative structures as depicted in Angela Carter's
`Lady of the House of Love.' At the outset of the story, the Countess is described as a…

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Anisa -Team GR

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Amazing !

really helped me alot 

Dla2lag

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An exemplar essay that will help you address the key elements of this topic within the Gothic genre; could annotate referring to the individual assessment objectives to identify how they have all been included in the essay.

Neema

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Excellent work.

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