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Novels, written in a variety of styles, keep their value because every one presents the reader with a fresh notion to consider. Sometimes however, instead of expanding on a totally new design to "suggest a thought" writers borrow characteristics from different novels to express themselves. These volunteered characteristics are then molded into a new shape. Authors in the Romanticism era did just that. They borrowed traits from Gothic literature to share their thoughts. Although the novels are unique and appreciated for their distinctiveness, the borrowed traits stay a parallel between both genres. Traits like corrosion of characters, love fighting sin, return to animalistic priorities, and alienation of human emotion are depicted in characters in literary literature. These traits will be the cornerstones of Gothic literature. Characters from the Romanticism era are profoundly impacted by Gothic hay, as is evident in the parallels that exist between Great Expectations and Wuthering Heights compared to Frankenstein and The Picture of Dorian Gray. In Picture of Dorian Gray, Gray deteriorates mentally. Dorian Gray is a guy who's pleased with his look and stability in existence. He's fascinated by his collection of foreign items. This assortment of foreign items paints a picture of Gray's fall into ruin. Gray starts his assortment with exotic items that are ornate and interesting to look at. They are all beautiful on the outside and so were harmless in history. However, as his melancholy escalates and his sins deepen, his collection becomes a "mix of tyrants and Renaissance revenge figures that poison their victims" (Platizky). His collection is now a manifestation of himself; it's full of sin and violence and can be rife with th...