The haunted house representation in the novel "The House Next Door"
- Menzada Samambet, Ulzhan Zhumartova (see profile)
- American literature, Southern States
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- Southern Gothic, Southern literature
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- “The House Next Door” is the New York Times bestselling novel by Anne Rivers Siddons. This novel belongs to the Southern Gothic genre, which stands out as the unique American genre, containing both terrifying events and the geographic storyline. The author implemented different stylistic devices and expressive means in the image of the house to transfer the frightening atmosphere and to influence the readers. In the novel“The House Next Door” the only way to destroy misfortunes is to destroy the house; but it turned out to be that the problem was in the architect and the house will continue to bring evil to its owners, since the house plans still exist.
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