Mrs. Wilson. GP2, W1 Gothic Literature Introduction. Plagiarism Plague 3-2-1 (10/22). On your next open page in your IN list: 3 things you learned about Plagiarism 2 things you learned about avoiding Plagiarism 1 question you have about Plagiarism. Gothic Elements.
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GP2, W1Gothic Literature Introduction
A character may have a disturbing dream vision, or some phenomenon may be seen as a portent of coming events.
Dramatic, amazing events occur, such as ghosts or giants walking, or inanimate objects (such as a suit of armor or painting) coming to life
Rain used to portray sadness