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Naturally, the narrator is curious, and asks the monks about this. An old man then shares with the narrator the story of a musician whose mission in life was to compose the ultimate Miserere as penance for a youthful crimeand of the ghostly monks, murder victims who died without last rites, who return to the ruins of their monastery every Maundy Thursday Thursday of Holy Week to pray for redemption — by singing the Miserere. Gothic literature largely originated as a British genre, motivated by an anti-Catholic sensibility.

Though the genre evolved into tales that are generally concerned with the oppression of the past oppression due to repressive social structures or family dysfunction, for instanceoriginally they dealt specifically with oppression as represented by the Catholic Church — hence the evil monks and sinister Italians.


In many ways, I think, the classic British ghost story tradition misereer general becquef a bit of an anti-Catholic sensibility. For example, several of Bdcquer. James was being eel anti-Catholic; I think what motivates most of his stories is the tension between the beauty of knowledge and the hubris of the learned.

And historically, the clergy Catholic and Anglican both fall into the learned class.

There are Catholic writers in the English ghost story tradition R. By and large, though, Catholicism tends to be associated with either borderline occultism or foolish superstition in an English ghost story.

In these stories, yokai exist, the Devil exists, miracles and horrors happen, because of course they do. This is a common theme in Japanese ghost stories, too. Ever notice how many protagonists of M.

Or in more modern literature, a story by Neil Gaiman or Karin Tidbeck. Reading both kinds of stories makes for a good variety.

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The Miserereby the way, is Psalm 51 or 50, depending on how you count ; in particular, that psalm set to music or chant for the services on the last three days of Holy Week. The first line of the psalm in Latin is Miserere mei, Deus: Have mercy on me, O God, after Thy great goodness. You can read or download Armand F. The narrator tells the story of a fellow traveler, a young woman who visited the abbey of Fitero with him, and the man whom both she and her sister loved.


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Romantic, sad, and just a little bit supernatural. In fact, Hawthorne was maybe more leery of the Puritans. Thanks for highlighting his work. Glad you found it interesting!

But most of them stay away from that. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

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