Supernatural Horror in Literature Other Literary Essays

This volume collects H.P. Lovecraft's three major works on fantasy fiction: "Supernatural Horror in Literature" -- his survey of the weird and supernatural in fiction; and "Notes on Writing Weird Fiction" and "Notes on Writing ...

Author: H. P. Lovecraft

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 1434430820

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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This volume collects H.P. Lovecraft's three major works on fantasy fiction: "Supernatural Horror in Literature" -- his survey of the weird and supernatural in fiction; and "Notes on Writing Weird Fiction" and "Notes on Writing Interplanetary Fiction" -- his how-to essays on crafting solid, aesthetically pleasing works in those genres. An essential volume for scholars, writers, and those interesting in the history and craftsmanship of the fantasy genre.

Supernatural Horror in Literature

Rhode Island-born writer H.P. Lovecraft is regarded by many as one of the most significant figures in the genre of horror literature.

Author: H. P. Lovecraft

Publisher: The Floating Press

ISBN: 9781776672097

Category: Literary Criticism

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Rhode Island-born writer H.P. Lovecraft is regarded by many as one of the most significant figures in the genre of horror literature. In this lengthy and engaging essay, Lovecraft sets out his own views on horror and "weird fiction," and details the techniques and methods he employs to evoke spine-tingling terror in readers in renowned stories such as "The Call of Cthulu."

Lovecraft s Guide to Writing A Collection of Essays

Within these essays, Lovecraft explores the origins and traditions of the genre in Britain, America and beyond with special reference to the most notable movements, themes, motifs, techniques, and writers past and present.

Author: H. P. Lovecraft

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 9781528790352

Category: Fiction

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“Lovecraft's Guide to Writing” is a fantastic collection of essays by H. P. Lovecraft on the subject of writing poetry, literature and supernatural horror fiction. Within these essays, Lovecraft explores the origins and traditions of the genre in Britain, America and beyond with special reference to the most notable movements, themes, motifs, techniques, and writers past and present. A unique collection not to be missed by those interested in Lovecraft’s literature and writing style. Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890–1937) was an American writer of supernatural horror fiction. Though his works remained largely unknown and did not furnish him with a decent living, Lovecraft is today considered to be among the most significant writers of supernatural horror fiction of the twentieth century. Contents include: “Supernatural Horror in Literature”, “The Allowable Rhyme”, “Metrical Regularity”, “Literary Composition”, and “Notes on Writing Weird Fiction”. Other notable works by this author include: “The Call of Cthulhu”, “The Rats in the Walls”, and “The Shadow Over Innsmouth”. Read & Co. Books is publishing this brand new collection of essays complete with a specially commissioned biography of the author.

Supernatural Horror in Literature and Notes on Writing Weird Fiction A Guide by H P Lovecraft

Within these essays, Lovecraft explores the origins and traditions of the genre in Britain, America and beyond with special reference to the most notable movements, themes, motifs, techniques, and writers past and present.

Author: H. P. Lovecraft

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 9781528790345

Category: Fiction

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Two of Lovecraft’s best essays on the subject of supernatural horror fiction and how to write it. Within these essays, Lovecraft explores the origins and traditions of the genre in Britain, America and beyond with special reference to the most notable movements, themes, motifs, techniques, and writers past and present. A unique little book highly recommended for readers and writers interested in Lovecraft’s literature and writing style. Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890–1937) was an American writer of supernatural horror fiction. Though his works remained largely unknown and did not furnish him with a decent living, Lovecraft is today considered to be among the most significant writers of supernatural horror fiction of the twentieth century. Contents include: “Supernatural Horror in Literature” and “Notes on Writing Weird Fiction”. Other notable works by this author include: “The Call of Cthulhu”, “The Rats in the Walls”, and “The Shadow Over Innsmouth”. Read & Co. Books is publishing this brand new collection of essays complete with a specially-commissioned new biography of the author.

Supernatural Horror in Literatures and Other Literary Essays

This volume collects H.P. Lovecraft's three major works on fantasy fiction: "Supernatural Horror in Literature" -- his survey of the weird and supernatural in fiction; and "Notes on Writing Weird Fiction" and "Notes on Writing ...

Author: H. P. Lovecraft

Publisher: Wildside Press

ISBN: 1434470237

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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This volume collects H.P. Lovecraft's three major works on fantasy fiction: "Supernatural Horror in Literature" -- his survey of the weird and supernatural in fiction; and "Notes on Writing Weird Fiction" and "Notes on Writing Interplanetary Fiction" -- his how-to essays on crafting solid, aesthetically pleasing works in those genres. An essential volume for scholars, writers, and those interesting in the history and craftsmanship of the fantasy genre.

In the Mind of H P Lovecraft A Collection of Essays

Other notable works by this author include: “The Call of Cthulhu”, “The Rats in the Walls”, and “The Shadow Over Innsmouth”. Read & Co. Books is publishing this brand new collection complete with a dedication by Francis Flagg.

Author: H. P. Lovecraft

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 9781528790338

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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“In the Mind of H. P. Lovecraft” is a fantastic collection of essays and articles by H. P. Lovecraft published in newspapers during his lifetime. A unique collection not to be missed by lovers of the macabre and those with an interest in the mind of this seminal author. Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890–1937) was an American writer of supernatural horror fiction. Though his works remained largely unknown and did not furnish him with a decent living, Lovecraft is today considered to be among the most significant writers of supernatural horror fiction of the twentieth century. Contents include: “Supernatural Horror in Literature”, “The Allowable Rhyme”, “Metrical Regularity”, “The Despised Pastoral”, “Notes on Writing Weird Fiction”, “Literary Composition”, “Cats and Dogs”, “At the Root”, and “The Crime of the Century”. Other notable works by this author include: “The Call of Cthulhu”, “The Rats in the Walls”, and “The Shadow Over Innsmouth”. Read & Co. Books is publishing this brand new collection complete with a dedication by Francis Flagg.

New Directions in Supernatural Horror Literature

This collection of essays examines the legacy of H.P. Lovecraft’s most important critical work, Supernatural Horror in Literature.

Author: Sean Moreland

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319954776

Category: Literary Criticism

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This collection of essays examines the legacy of H.P. Lovecraft’s most important critical work, Supernatural Horror in Literature. Each chapter illuminates a crucial aspect of Lovecraft’s criticism, from its aesthetic, philosophical and literary sources, to its psychobiological underpinnings, to its pervasive influence on the conception and course of horror and weird literature through the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. These essays investigate the meaning of cosmic horror before and after Lovecraft, explore his critical relevance to contemporary social science, feminist and queer readings of his work, and ultimately reveal Lovecraft’s importance for contemporary speculative philosophy, film and literature.

Supernatural Horror in Literature Original Edition Annotated

" As Lovecraft makes quite clear throughout this essay, it is this fear that must be exercised in the "fear-literature" or "horror-literature," as he calls them, that is penned by the multitude of writers in this genre.Much of the essay is ...

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Supernatural Horror in Literature is a 28,000 word essay by American writer H. P. Lovecraft, surveying the development and achievements of horror fiction as the field stood in the 1920s and 30s. The essay was researched and written between November 1925 and May 1927, first published in August 1927, and then revised and expanded during 1933-1934. The terror and horror writer H. P. Lovecraft's "Supernatural Horror in Literature" is a long-form essay that discusses the history of terror, fear, and horror embodied in literature. Lovecraft's essay begins with a description of the psychology of the human race from its infancy, wherein fear is one of "[t]he oldest and strongest emotions of mankind . . . and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown." As Lovecraft makes quite clear throughout this essay, it is this fear that must be exercised in the "fear-literature" or "horror-literature," as he calls them, that is penned by the multitude of writers in this genre.Much of the essay is a historical review of the Gothic literary tradition from its origins in the mid-eighteenth century through the present-day (which at the time of writing was the late 1920s). Lovecraft touches upon the aristocratic origins of Gothic fiction in Britain, the Continental influences that altered the genre, as well as the American Gothic transformation that continued to breathe life into the tradition.Aside from being an essay highlighting the masters in the field, "Supernatural Horror in Literature" lays down Lovecraft's aesthetic vision for those who write this kind of fiction. For Lovecraft, despite the fact that "the area of the unknown has been steadily contracting for thousands of years, an infinite reservoir of mystery still engulfs most of the outer cosmos . . ." Yes, this was written forty years before man walked on the moon, but I believe his statement still holds true. Despite all our voyages into outer space, the universe is still so vast and unknown to us that this stirs us not just with awe but with fear and terror as well.Lovecraft tells us that in "The true weird tale . . . [a] certain atmosphere of breathless and unexplainable dread of outer, unknown forces must be present; and there must be a hint, . . . of that most terrible conception of the human brain-a malign and particular suspension or defeat of those fixed laws of Nature which are our only safeguard against the assaults of chaos and the daemons of unplumbed space." Lovecraft is saying that the best type of weird fiction reaches beyond Nature's boundaries-her fixed, orderly laws, which by being routine allow us to feel secure-and opens up the mind to the suggestion that on the border of the comfort zone provided by Nature there are malignant, unknown forces that can trespass at any moment and shatter our sense of security, causing us to fully experience the primitive terror and fear of our ancestors when they encountered the unknown."Atmosphere," Lovecraft writes, "is the all-important thing, for the final criterion of authenticity is not the dovetailing of a plot but the creation of a given sensation." This belief goes hand-in-hand with his concern over impressing upon the mind the sensations and emotions of fear and terror in response to experiencing the unknown forces of the world. All literature should make readers think and feel, but fiction especially is about getting readers to respond emotionally; responding to literature through feeling and sensation is fundamental to reading fiction, to reacting to events and characters in the tale being told, and this holds most true, according to Lovecraft, for the weird tale and fear-literature."The one test of the really weird tale is simply this-whether of not there be excited in the reader a profound sense of dread, and of contact with unknown spheres and powers; . . .

Supernatural Horror in Literature

The survey then proceeds to outline the development of the supernatural and the weird in the work of major writers such as Ambrose Bierce, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Edgar Allan Poe.

Author: H. P. Lovecraft

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783753453682

Category: Fiction

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Supernatural Horror in Literature is an essay by American writer H. P. Lovecraft, surveying the development and achievements of horror fiction as the field stood in the 1920s and 30s. It first examines the beginnings of weird fiction in the early gothic novel. The survey then proceeds to outline the development of the supernatural and the weird in the work of major writers such as Ambrose Bierce, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Edgar Allan Poe.

Spaces and Fictions of the Weird and the Fantastic

H.P. Lovecraft, “Supernatural Horror in Literature,” in Supernatural Horror in Literature and Other Literary Essays, ed. Darrell Schweitzer (Rockville ...

Author: Julius Greve

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030281168

Category: Fiction

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This collection of essays discusses genre fiction and film within the discursive framework of the environmental humanities and analyses the convergent themes of spatiality, climate change, and related anxieties concerning the future of human affairs, as crucial for any understanding of current forms of “weird” and “fantastic” literature and culture. Given their focus on the culturally marginal, unknown, and “other,” these genres figure as diagnostic modes of storytelling, outlining the latent anxieties and social dynamics that define a culture’s “structure of feeling” at a given historical moment. The contributions in this volume map the long and continuous tradition of weird and fantastic fiction as a seismograph for eco-geographical turmoil from the nineteenth to the twenty-first century, offering innovative and insightful ecocritical readings of H. P. Lovecraft, Harriet Prescott Spofford, China Miéville, N. K. Jemisin, Thomas Ligotti, and Jeff VanderMeer, among others.

Space and the Postmodern Fantastic in Contemporary Literature

Fantasy and Mimesis: Responses to Reality in Western Literature. New York; London: Methuen. ... Supernatural Horror in Literature and other Literary Essays.

Author: Patricia Garcia

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317581321

Category: Literary Criticism

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Arising from the philosophical conviction that our sense of space plays a direct role in our apprehension and construction of reality (both factual and fictional), this book investigates how conceptions of postmodern space have transformed the history of the impossible in literature. Deeply influenced by the work of Jorge Luis Borges and Julio Cortázar, there has been an unprecedented rise in the number of fantastic texts in which the impossible is bound to space — space not as scene of action but as impossible element performing a fantastic transgression within the storyworld. This book conceptualizes and contextualizes this postmodern, fantastic use of space that disrupts the reader’s comfortable notion of space as objective reality in favor of the concept of space as socially mediated, constructed, and conventional. In an illustration of the transnational nature of this phenomenon, García analyzes a varied corpus of the Fantastic in the past four decades from different cultures and languages, merging literary analysis with classical questions of space related to the fields of philosophy, urban studies, and anthropology. Texts include authors such as Julio Cortázar (Argentina), John Barth (USA), J.G. Ballard (UK), Jacques Sternberg (Belgium), Fernando Iwasaki (Perú), Juan José Millás (Spain,) and Éric Faye (France). This book contributes to Literary Theory and Comparative Literature in the areas of the Fantastic, narratology, and Geocriticism and informs the continuing interdisciplinary debate on how human beings make sense of space.

Speculation V

19 Graham Harman, “On the Horror of Phenomenology: Lovecraft and Husserl,” ... Supernatural Horror in Literature and other Literary Essays (Rockville: ...

Author: Ridvan Askin

Publisher: punctum books

ISBN: 9780692203163

Category: Philosophy

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Ever since the turn of the century aesthetics has steadily gained momentum as a central field of study across the disciplines. No longer sidelined, aesthetics has grown in confidence. While this recent development brings with it a return to the work of the canonical authors (most notably Baumgarten and Kant), some contemporary scholars reject the traditional focus on epistemology and theorize aesthetics in its ontological connotations. It is according to this shift that speculative realists have proclaimed aesthetics as “first philosophy” and as speculative in nature. With speculative realism aesthetics no longer necessarily implies human agents. This is in alignment with the general speculative realist framework for thinking all kinds of processes, entities, and objects as free from our allpervasive anthropocentrism which states, always, that everything is “for us.” This special issue of Speculations: A Journal of Speculative Realism explores the ramifications of what could be termed the new speculative aesthetics. In doing so, it stages a three-fold encounter: between aesthetics and speculation, between speculative realism and its (possible) precursors, and between speculative realism and art and literature. Speculations V includes: “Introduction: Aesthetics after the Speculative Turn,” by Ridvan Askin, Andreas Hägler, and Philipp Schweighauser Part 1: The Art of Theory “Non-Phenomenological Thought,” by Steven Shaviro — “Beauty, the Will to Power, and Life as Artwork: Aesthetico-Speculative Realism in Nietzsche and Whitehead,” by Theodor Leiber and Kirsten Voigt Sellars — “Contra Deleuze on Intuitive Knowledge,” by Matija Jelača — “Not Kant, Not Now: Another Sublime,” by Claire Colebrook — “Speculative Aesthetics and Object-Oriented Inquiry (OOI),” by N. Katherine Hayles — “Actual Qualities of Imaginative Things: Notes towards an Object-Oriented Literary Theory,” by Jon Cogburn and Mark Allan Ohm — “Speculative Experiments: What if Simondon and Harman Individuate Together?” by Miguel Penas López Part 2: The Theory of Art “Greenberg, Duchamp, and the Next Avant-Garde,” by Graham Harman — “Not Objects so Much As Images: A Response to Graham Harman’s ‘Greenberg, Duchamp, and the Next Avant-Garde’,” by Bettina Funcke — “Strategic Invisibility: The Zero Point of Modernism and the Avant-Garde,” by Thomas Gokey — “The Anxiousness of Objects and Artworks 2: (Iso)Morphism, Anti-Literalism and Presentness,” by Robert Jackson — “The Alien Aesthetic of Speculative Realism, or, How Interpretation Lost the Battle to Materiality and How Comfortable this Is to Humans,” by Roberto Simanowski — “Art and Guerrilla Metaphysics: Graham Harman and Aesthetics as First Philosophy,” by Francis Halsall — “Images I Cannot See,” by Magdalena Wisniowska Disegno — “A Speculative Constructivist Interpretation,” by Sjoerd van Tuinen

Dissent Revolution and Liberty Beyond Earth

Notes on writing interplanetary fiction. In Supernatural horror in literature and other Literary Essays. Rockville: Wildside Press (pp. 119–127).

Author: Charles Cockell

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319293493

Category: Science

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This volume provides an in-depth discussion on the central question – how can people express and survive dissent and disagreement in confined habitats in space? The discussion is an important one because it could be that the systems of inter-dependence required to survive in space are so strong that dissent becomes impossible. John Locke originally said that people have a right to use revolution to overthrow a despotic regime. But if revolution causes violence and damage that causes depressurisation with the risk of killing many people, is it even permissible to have a revolution? How then are people to express their liberty or dissatisfaction with their rulers? The emergence of structures of dissent and disagreement is an essential part of the construction of a framework of liberty in space (revolution is just the extreme example) and thus the topic deserves in-depth and immediate attention. Even today, the way in which we assemble organisations and corporations for the government and private exploration of space must take into account the need for mechanisms to allow people to express dissent.

Supernatural Horror in Literature

An H. P. Lovecraft Encyclopedia terms the work "HPL's most significant literary essay and one of the finest historical analyses of horror literature." Upon reading the essay, M. R. James proclaimed Lovecraft's style "most offensive".

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How is this book unique? Font adjustments & biography included Unabridged (100% Original content) Illustrated About Supernatural Horror in Literature by H. P. Lovecraft "Supernatural Horror in Literature" is a book by the horror writer H. P. Lovecraft surveying the topic of horror fiction. Lovecraft examines the beginnings of weird fiction in the gothic novel (relying greatly on Edith Birkhead's 1921 survey The Tale of Terror) and traces its development through such writers as Ambrose Bierce, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Edgar Allan Poe (who merits his own chapter). Lovecraft names as the four "modern masters" of horror: Algernon Blackwood, Lord Dunsany, M. R. James, and Arthur Machen. An H. P. Lovecraft Encyclopedia terms the work "HPL's most significant literary essay and one of the finest historical analyses of horror literature." Upon reading the essay, M. R. James proclaimed Lovecraft's style "most offensive". However, Edmund Wilson, who was not an admirer of Lovecraft's fiction, praised the essay as a "really able piece of work...he had read comprehensively in this field--he was strong on the Gothic novelists--and writes about it with much intelligence".David G. Hartwell has called "Supernatural Horror in Literature", "the most important essay on horror literature".

Vibratory Modernism

H.P. Lovecraft,Supernatural Horror in Literature and Other Literary Essays (Rockville, MD: Wildside Press, 2008),p.101. 20. Richard Noakes, 'The “Bridge ...

Author: A. Enns

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137027252

Category: Art

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Vibratory Modernism is a collection of original essays that show how vibrations provide a means of bridging science and art - two fields that became increasingly separate in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

The Weird and the Eerie

Speculum: Of the Other Woman, trans Gillian C. Gill. ... “Notes on Writing Weird Fiction”, Supernatural Horror in Literature & Other Literary Essays.

Author: Mark Fisher

Publisher: Watkins Media Limited

ISBN: 9781910924396

Category: Literary Criticism

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A noted British cultural critic takes on some of the strangest and most anomalous works of art from the 20th century and dissects our fascination with the unsettling in popular music, film, and writing What exactly are the Weird and the Eerie? Two closely related but distinct modes, and each possesses its own distinct properties. Both have often been associated with Horror, but this genre alone does not fully encapsulate the pull of the outside and the unknown. In several essays, Mark Fisher argues that a proper understanding of the human condition requires examination of transitory concepts such as the weird and the eerie. Featuring discussion of the works of: H. P. Lovecraft, H. G. Wells, M.R. James, Christopher Priest, Joan Lindsay, Nigel Kneale, Daphne Du Maurier, Alan Garner and Margaret Atwood, and films by Stanley Kubrick, Jonathan Glazer and Christoper Nolan.

Supernatural Horror in Literature

... who rendered tra- ditional Irish folktales in literary form, mentioned by Lovecraft his essay. Viewed in this way, super- natural horror in literature ...

Author: H. P. Lovecraft

Publisher: The Palingenesis Project (Wermod and Wermod Publishing Group)

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Originally published in 1927 in a small-circulation amateur magazine, spanning the period from antiquity until the 1930s, and covering both the Anglo-American world and Continental Europe, Lovecraft’s essay remains unparallelled as a survey of horror literature in our hemisphere. Said literature’s emergence as a genre coincided with the institutional establishment of liberalism, which represents a diametrically opposed worldview. This would suggest that horror literature, even if inadvertently or subconsciously, represents an attempt at escaping the limitations of the secular, materialist, rationalist Weltanschauung of liberal modernity, as well as a desire for meaning in a world rendered meaningless through ‘liberation’ from hierarchies, folk traditions, the occult, and the supernatural. Also of interest is the fact that the aesthetics of Gothic horror are invariably and luxuriantly beautiful (if in a dark way), whereas the logical extreme of rationality (utilitarianism, standardisation) is inherently anti-aesthetic. Would this not indicate, then, that the Age of Reason marked the beginning of a process that concluded in late modernity with the wholesale destruction of beauty, except where it, or the counterfeiting of it, was dictated by economic necessity? If so, we may view Lovecraft’s essay not merely as a resource for those seeking entertainment within a genre of literature, but also a map for those seeking to escape, and begin to transcend, the despair engendered by a worldview that pronounced itself dead when someone spoke of ‘the end of history’.

New Critical Essays on H P Lovecraft

Cult Fiction: Popular Reading and Pulp Theory. ... “On the Grotesque in Science Fiction. ... Supernatural Horror in Literature andOther Literary Essays.

Author: D. Simmons

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137320964

Category: Fiction

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The last ten years have witnessed a renewed interest in H.P. Lovecraft in academic and scholarly circles. New Critical Essays on H.P. Lovecraft seeks to offer an expansive and considered account of a fascinating yet challenging writer; both popular and critically valid but also problematic in terms of his depictions of race, gender and class.

Satanic Feminism

Lovecraft, H. P. (2011) Supernatural Horror in Literature & Other Literary Essays. s.l.: Wildside Press. MacLane, Mary (1902) The Story of Mary MacLane.

Author: Per Faxneld

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190664473

Category: Religion

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According to the Bible, Eve was the first to heed Satan's advice to eat the forbidden fruit and thus responsible for all of humanity's subsequent miseries. The notion of woman as the Devil's accomplice is prominent throughout Christian history and has been used to legitimize the subordination of wives and daughters. In the nineteenth century, rebellious females performed counter-readings of this misogynist tradition. Lucifer was reconceptualized as a feminist liberator of womankind, and Eve became a heroine. In these reimaginings, Satan is an ally in the struggle against a tyrannical patriarchy supported by God the Father and his male priests. Per Faxneld shows how this Satanic feminism was expressed in a wide variety of nineteenth-century literary texts, autobiographies, pamphlets, newspaper articles, paintings, sculptures, and even artifacts of consumer culture like jewelry. He details how colorful figures like the suffragette Elizabeth Cady Stanton, gender-bending Theosophist H. P. Blavatsky, author Aino Kallas, actress Sarah Bernhardt, anti-clerical witch enthusiast Matilda Joslyn Gage, decadent marchioness Luisa Casati, and the Luciferian lesbian poetess Renee Vivien embraced these reimaginings. By exploring the connections between esotericism, literature, art and the political realm, Satanic Feminism sheds new light on neglected aspects of the intellectual history of feminism, Satanism, and revisionary mythmaking.

Focus On 100 Most Popular American Agnostics

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