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Forbidden Brides of the Faceless Slaves in the Secret House of the Night of Dread Desire is a short story by Neil Gaiman. It was published in the book Fragile Things, and is the definitive proof that Gothic Comedy exists.

FBOTFSITSHOTNODD, as it shall be referred to for convenience, or for not-so convenience as the case may be, subverts the conventions of The Gothic to satirise it. This is acheived through hyperbole, making the conventional features ridiculous. For more Gothic Comedy, see The Bat by El Jimbo. To read this story, visit the "Short Stories by our Users" page.

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