About 37 results for the topic "neo gothic"
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A neo-gothic structure that stands 45 metres high, the twin- towered edifice commands an imposing presence in the neighbourhood, fronted by a.
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Twentieth century gothic revival buildings are often called neo-gothic. neo-gothic buildings have many of these features: • strong vertical lines and a sense of ...
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Both gothic revival, and neo-. gothic, often used interchangeably, generally refer to architecture (those buildings that changed the landscape of great britain ...
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We will then discuss spiritualism and the panopticon as a gothic space (waters's affinity), trauma and/in the ghost story (harwood's the. ghost ...
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Erco ssl highlights neo-. gothic architecture in ancient. german church. historic and sacred buildings are an application in which led-based.
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The iconic north campus of city college, built more than a century ago, is considered one of the finest examples of neo-gothic architecture at any ...
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Yal palace (1359), was extended in the 19th century with neo-gothic cri- teria. in the same era, important parts of the old monasteries of jonque-.
Pdf | the novels of the most famous spanish novelist c. ruiz zafón are written for the young. the main characteristic of his work is the ...
By ml kohlke · 2012 · cited by 17 — neo-victorian women writers adopt a distinctly gothic approach to the histories of gender, sexuality, and women's one-time presumed.