Definition of Gothic romancer
1. Noun. A writer of Gothic romances.
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Literary usage of Gothic romancer
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1. The Development of the English Novel by Wilbur Lucius Cross (1899)
"And yet the gothic romancer helped to make the English novel what it is to-day. He rightly insisted that literature is not merely utilitarian: that there is ..."
2. The Study of a Novel by Selden Lincoln Whitcomb (1905)
"In the preface of Frankenstein, Mrs. Shelley gives this frank testimony of the gothic romancer: " Oh if I could only . . . frighten my reader as I myself ..."
3. History of American Literature by Reuben Post Halleck (1911)
"... then to Brown belongs the honor of first recognizing in the Indian a valuable literary asset from the gothic romancer's point of view. ..."