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12th Aug '17 1:06:18 PM jamespolk
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* MaybeEverAfter: ''Literature/GreatExpectations'', 1961

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* MaybeEverAfter: ''Literature/GreatExpectations'', 19611861
12th Aug '17 1:05:46 PM jamespolk
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* MaybeEverAfter: ''Literature/GreatExpectations'', 1961
22nd Jul '17 10:10:22 AM Korodzik
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* RoboticReveal:''Literature/TheSandman'' by E.T.A. Hoffmann, 1816

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* RoboticReveal:''Literature/TheSandman'' RoboticReveal: ''Literature/TheSandman'' by E.T.A. Hoffmann, 18161816
* RuinsOfTheModernAge: "Ozymandias" by Horace Smith, 1818
21st Jun '17 2:22:01 AM mirisu92
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21st Jun '17 2:22:00 AM mirisu92
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* CosmicHorrorStory: The early precedents of this genre (of which Creator/HPLovecraft's Franchise/CthulhuMythos is the TropeCodifier) originated around the 1880s, with early weird-fiction authors such as Creator/AmbroseBierce (''An Inhabitant of Carcosa'', 1886, source of the Carcosa place-name in Creator/RobertWChambers' ''Literature/TheKingInYellow'', 1895, itself published soon after the invention of radio). Going even farther back, we have Creator/EdgarAllanPoe's ''TheNarrativeOfArthurGordonPymOfNantucket'' (1838), featuring a bizarre trip to MysteriousAntarctica that makes the continent feel like an EldritchLocation.

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* CosmicHorrorStory: The early precedents of this genre (of which Creator/HPLovecraft's Franchise/CthulhuMythos is the TropeCodifier) originated around the 1880s, with early weird-fiction authors such as Creator/AmbroseBierce (''An Inhabitant of Carcosa'', 1886, source of the Carcosa place-name in Creator/RobertWChambers' ''Literature/TheKingInYellow'', 1895, itself published soon after in the invention first decade of radio).successful applied radio experiments). Going even farther back, we have Creator/EdgarAllanPoe's ''TheNarrativeOfArthurGordonPymOfNantucket'' (1838), featuring a bizarre trip to MysteriousAntarctica that makes the continent feel like an EldritchLocation.
16th Jun '17 3:00:19 AM mirisu92
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* CosmicHorrorStory: The early precedents of this genre (of which Creator/HPLovecraft's Franchise/CthulhuMythos is the TropeCodifier) originated around the 1880s, with early weird-fiction authors such as Creator/AmbroseBierce (''An Inhabitant of Carcosa'', 1886, source of the Carcosa place-name in Creator/RobertWChambers' ''Literature/TheKingInYellow'', 1895, itself published soon after the invention of radio). Going even farther back, we have Creator/EdgarAllanPoe's TheNarrativeOfArthurGordonPymOfNantucket (1838), featuring a bizarre trip to MysteriousAntarctica that makes the continent feel like an EldritchLocation.

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* CosmicHorrorStory: The early precedents of this genre (of which Creator/HPLovecraft's Franchise/CthulhuMythos is the TropeCodifier) originated around the 1880s, with early weird-fiction authors such as Creator/AmbroseBierce (''An Inhabitant of Carcosa'', 1886, source of the Carcosa place-name in Creator/RobertWChambers' ''Literature/TheKingInYellow'', 1895, itself published soon after the invention of radio). Going even farther back, we have Creator/EdgarAllanPoe's TheNarrativeOfArthurGordonPymOfNantucket ''TheNarrativeOfArthurGordonPymOfNantucket'' (1838), featuring a bizarre trip to MysteriousAntarctica that makes the continent feel like an EldritchLocation.
16th Jun '17 2:58:50 AM mirisu92
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* CosmicHorrorStory: The early precedents of this genre (of which Creator/HPLovecraft's Franchise/CthulhuMythos is the TropeCodifier) originated around the 1880s, with early weird-fiction authors such as Creator/AmbroseBierce (''An Inhabitant of Carcosa'', 1886, source of the Carcosa place-name in Creator/RobertWChambers' ''Literature/TheKingInYellow'', 1895, itself published soon after the invention of radio). Going even farther back, we have Creator/EdgarAllanPoe's TheNarrativeOfArthurGordonPymOfNantucket (1838), featuring a bizarre trip to MysteriousAntarctica that makes the continent feel like an EldritchLocation.
10th Jun '17 11:15:13 AM nombretomado
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* InterruptedSuicide: Twice in ''[[Theatre/TheMagicFlute Die Zauberflöte]]'' by Creator/WolfgangAmadeusMozart, 1791

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* InterruptedSuicide: Twice in ''[[Theatre/TheMagicFlute Die Zauberflöte]]'' by Creator/WolfgangAmadeusMozart, Music/WolfgangAmadeusMozart, 1791
5th Jun '17 5:43:34 PM mirisu92
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* LesbianVampire: In ''Literature/{{Carmilla}}'' (1872) by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, the vampire Carmilla only feeds off young women she falls in love with. Some already see a lesbian subtext in the unfinished poem "Christabel" by Creator/SamuelTaylorColeridge (c. 17971801), in which the adolescent heroine meets a mysterious girl who possibly is a vampire, or in the character of Miss Clara Crofton in ''Literature/VarneyTheVampire'' by James Malcolm Rymer (c. 184547), whose only confirmed victim is a girl.

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* LesbianVampire: In ''Literature/{{Carmilla}}'' (1872) by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, the vampire Carmilla only feeds off young women she falls in love with. Some already see a lesbian subtext in the unfinished poem "Christabel" by Creator/SamuelTaylorColeridge (c. 17971801), in which the adolescent adolescent, eponymous heroine meets a mysterious girl girl, named Geraldine, who possibly is a vampire, or in the character of Miss Clara Crofton in ''Literature/VarneyTheVampire'' by James Malcolm Rymer (c. 184547), whose only confirmed victim is a girl.
23rd May '17 7:12:31 AM sarysa
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* {{TheShutIn}}: ''Literature/{{GreatExpectations}}'' by Charles Dickens, 1860-1861

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* {{TheShutIn}}: TheShutIn: ''Literature/{{GreatExpectations}}'' by Charles Dickens, 1860-1861
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