Star of the Sea: A Postcolonial/Postmodern Voyage into the Irish FamineMain MenuAbout This ProjectStar of the Sea OverviewJoseph O'ConnorIn this section, you will learn more about Joseph O'Connor and the other works he producedPostcolonial TheoryPostmodernismThe Gothic in Star of the SeaHistorical FiguresLanguage and Music in Irish CultureBiology of the FamineLandlords, Tenants, and EvictionsIn the following pages, you'll learn about landlords, tenants, and evictions during the Irish Potato FamineGovernment Policies and EmigrationMediaMemorialsContributorsBrief biographies of the people who made this book.
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Fixating on terror, death, darkness, and the supernatural, Gothic literature possesses more at its core than just fear and mystery. The term “Gothic” relates to more than just literature or architecture; it represents a cultural phenomenon that began in the eighteenth century and still lingers today.
Researcher/Writer: Sarah Swansen Technical Designers: Carissa Rodenbiker & Krystal Jamison