A. To create a sense of mystery, gloom, and suspense
B. To make the reader dislike modern society
C. To make the reader feel distaste for supernatural themes
D. To generate feelings of intense pleasure
A. It allows women to participate in the novel. B. It serves as a path to the public sphere for women.
C. It is a less effective tool than traditional folklore weapons.
D. It becomes a way to conceal information.
A. The hand represents the superiority of the Enlightenment over medievalism.
B. The hand symbolizes the danger of marriage.
C. The hand signifies the mysterious pull of the labyrinth. D. The hand represents the claim of primogeniture over the living.
A. Radcliffe wants to emphasize the happy ending of the marriage of Emily and Valancourt. B. It frees Radcliffe from a strict adherence to common life, allowing her to place Emily in challenging situations.
C. Radcliffe considers her work a continuation of the sentimental novel of the 18th century.
D. It acknowledges the lack of supernatural plot tricks.