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Title: Chernobyl Gothic: From Horror to Terror and Disaster to Aftermath
Author(s): Lindsay, Stuart
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Keywords: Chernobyl disaster
trauma studies
Gothic studies
terror and horror fiction
psychological trauma
memory studies
Issue Date: Jun-2016
Date Deposited: 24-Jun-2016
Publisher: Honest Ulsterman
Citation: Lindsay S (2016) Chernobyl Gothic: From Horror to Terror and Disaster to Aftermath. The Honest Ulsterman. 06.2016.
Abstract: An article applying the movements of horror and terror in Gothic fiction to the shift from trauma (horror) to its abreaction, reflection, and imagination in light of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 1986.
Type: Newspaper/Magazine Article
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Affiliation: English Studies

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