Photo of the dust jacket of the edition of Literary Women by Ellen Moers, in which “Female Gothic” was printed. Photo found at. When Ellen Moers wrote of the “Female Gothic” in Literary Women in , she coined a new What specifically differentiates between the “Female Gothic”. When Ellen Moers first used the term ‘Female Gothic’ in Literary Women () the Female Gothic articulated women’s dissatisfactions with patriarchal society.
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