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Gothic was originally anything but a term of a distinctive literary mode of horror, terror and awe-inspiring wonder. Rather, from the time of antiquity onwards, the Gothic in British culture encompassed such divergent meanings as the name for a barbaric Teutonic tribe, a sense of the medieval period or 'Dark Ages', an anti-classical impulse in cultural life, an uncouth excess or savage wildness, a distinctive European architectural style, a native tradition of Englishness, a sense of the national British past and more.

Divergent meanings encompassed in the word "Gothic".

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