Sexuality in Emily Dickinson’s Poems 14 & 764

Emily Dickinson, rather than constructing a singularly focused representation of sexuality, portrays a continuum of manifestations of sexual desire in her poetry. In ‘One Sister have I in our house, Poem 14’ and ‘My Life had stood – A Loaded Gun, Poem 764’ we can see these desires distinctly differ, not only by the poetic…

Damning Eroticism in Psycho and Turn of the Screw

Eroticism and the politics of sexuality haunt the Gothic style. Analyse the narrative function of sexuality and the erotic in your chosen texts. Damning Eroticism in Psycho and Turn of the Screw Morgan Pinder When the gothic meets the erotic the audience finds themselves in uncomfortable grey areas that subvert sexual norms and create a…