By Victor Sage
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Upon this open-work of timber ... 7 This stretch of picturesque is a mini-allegory: a political set-piece. 'Cloisters', 'groining', 'fantastic monsters' and 'grotesque timber-work' all suggest the anti-utilitarian past, an earlier tradition of (Catholic) cathedral-building in stone. e. 1710; 1845 is a discreetly silent layer here), Whigdominated, house - of Ireland, to which it acts as a counterpoint. com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromso - PalgraveConnect - 2011-04-20 32 Le Fanu's Gothic been left behind, 'narrowing the street with a most aristocratic indifference to the comforts of the pedestrian public' (4) and the luxury and fancy of its charming old woodwork may suggest a lost tradition of benign patrician rule: sound aristocracy and religious tolerance - which opposes itself to the brutal and ruinous combination of commercial exploitation and penal law which claim to be 'modern'.
He leaves only the smallest opening of perception in his layered narrations, yet through this aperture he, the reader, and the characters see and plummet into scenes moulded by flickering candlelight. '34 This three-dimensional shadow-box corresponds very closely to the semantic aspects of framing I have been talking about, which create a peephole into a forbidden, or a forgotten world, created dialectically out of its very cancelling rhetoric. The nasty epiphany - an image - which is revealed like a Venn diagram's matrix, through the overlaps between the surrounding legalistic and explanatory frames - springs from those surrounding frames and imposes itself, sometimes subtly and sometimes with grotesque and comic violence, upon the reader's imagination.
39 The bargain often concerns the selling by the older generation of the younger one. Schalken the painter, an apprentice to Douw, and Rose Velderkaust, Douw's ward, fall in love and declare their love for each other, but they have no financial prospects. ' (II, 195). Schalken is 'sketching a design, an operation which, unlike that of colouring, might be continued as long as there was light sufficient to distinguish between canvas and charcoal' (II, 194). e. reality and representation) cannot be distinguished.
Le Fanu's gothic: the rhetoric of darkness by Victor Sage