A fascinating journey into the dark heart of the American gothic that analyzes its connections to race and racism in 21st-century America

Haunted houses, bitter revenants and muffled heartbeats under floorboards—the American gothic is a macabre tale based on a true story.

Part memoir and part cultural critique, 
Darkly explores American culture’s inevitable gothicity in the traces left from chattel slavery. The persistence of white supremacy and the ubiquity of Black death feeds a national culture of terror and a perpetual undercurrent of mourning.

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