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doc ☆ Carmilla ✓ read Ô randarenewables ð • All characters gender swapped to provide a uniue gendered perspective on classic gothic literature • Minor additions and embellishments sensitively added to help the gender swapped version of the story read clearly whilst respecting the original work • IntroductiAdded to help the gender swapped version of the story read clearly In this alternative new version of this chilling classic story the primary relationship between vampire and victim is given a masculine homoerotic twist By swapping the genders the story is transformed into a wonderfully surprising and entertaining new version of itself Gender swapped classics can be read in a new light and from interesting new perspectives raising fascinating uestions about how we perceive and portray gender What does this action look like when a woman perfor

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• All characters gender swapped to provide a uniue gendered perspective on classic gothic literature • Minor additions and embellishments sensitively added to help the gender swapped version of the story read clearly whilst respecting the original work • Introduction by Eve Sinning The gothic classic Carmilla is here presented in a uniue new format with every character gender swapped The original text of Sheridan Le Fanu’s gothic novella of lesbian vampirism is reproduced in its entirety; with some very minor embellishments and details

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Carmilla Ms it? How does this motivation read when it is experienced by a man? How does changing the genders impact the way we interpret relationships and interactions between characters? And finally how does changing the gender of the characters change the deeper themes meanings and morals of the story? These surprising subversive and chilling stories form part of the “Gender Swapped Gothic Classics” series in which the genders of characters in well known gothic literature are switched with minimum rewriting to preserve the beautiful original text