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Elements/components that contribute to fear, the sublime, pleasure of the gothic

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English
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E 350
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Ellen Brinks

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22 JanuaryElementscomponents that contribute to sense of fearDarknessUnfamiliar spaceDreadanticipationoveractive imaginationPanic and confusionInanimate comes to lifeInexplicable phenomenonSolitudeMasksSurprise suddennessEnclosed spacesLoss of controlFear of death violence pursuit supernatural phenomenaSomething wrong out of place uncanny feelingAntique or old thingsAnimals acting strangelyFlight responseFog coldIrregular physiological response breathingNoise or silenceBeing pursued huntedEdmund Burke1757A Philosophical Inquiry into the Origins of our Ideas Of the Sublime and the Beautiful
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