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This latter term was also influenced by the word "Cabala" see below with its implications of secrecy and magic. Cabala, Cabbala, Kabbala, Qabbalah: Derived from the Hebrew word "qabbalah", meaning tradition, it was twisted in the Middle Ages to mean the World of Souls Jewish theosophyprotected by the "cabalists" -- those rabbis thought to have powerful magical secrets.
James Branch Cabell 14 Apr May American novelist and best-selling canonical fantasy author. His first novel, The Eagle's Shadow  was mundane, as was the manuscript for his second novel, Gallantry . He became frustrated by the effort of describing locations he had never personally seen, and decided to create his own mythical country as a setting for further novels.
Although he later wrote many books of nonfiction, and of poetry, he is best known for the epic series: A Comedy of Shirking" New York: McBride revised edition of novel New York: A Comedy of Appearances" New York: McBride revised edition of novel originally published New York: McBride originally published in New York: Harper now revized under the title "Gallantry: Dizain des Diversions" New York: A Comedy of Disenchantment" New York: A Comedy of Limitations" New York: McBride revised from edition New York: By the way, when asked how to pronouce his last name, he once stated: Collection  of 19 connected short stories by O.
George Washington Cable Short-story author and novelist best known for "local color" stories of New Orleans Creoles, some with a Fantasy element. Guillermo Cabrera Infante Cain; specializes in Fantasy of genre: Since Cacus lived in Italy, some experts speculate that he and his sister Caca are remnants of an older pantheon, representing the God and Goddess of the heart-fire.
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Gothic fiction, which is largely culminating in a battle against Dracula himself. Others, such as Ghosts'n Goblins feature a campier parody of Gothic fiction. In role-playing games (RPG), Another text in which the heroine of the Gothic novel encounters the Supernatural Explained is The Castle of Wolfenbach.
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In the Victorian era, Gothic fiction had ceased to be a dominant literary genre. However, the Gothic tropes used earlier in the eighteenth century in texts such as Ann Radcliffe's The Mysteries of Udolpho were transported and interwoven into many late-nineteenth century narratives.
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) to the cast of gothic fiction. The Brontës' fiction is seen by some feminist critics as prime examples of Female Gothic, exploring woman's entrapment within domestic space and subjection to patriarchal authority and the transgressive and dangerous attempts to subvert and escape such restriction.
Gothic novels often feature a young and tragically beautiful female heroine who is threatened with violence or an early death. Frequently, the young woman finds herself in an old castle or church; indeed, gothic fiction derives its name from a type of architecture originating in the 18th century and imitating medieval stonework.