I am studying Gothic lit. at the moment and have a piece of homework to write about how the true horror that Victorian gothic literature can imagine is female sexuality. I have written about the 'New Woman' movement of that era and how fear of that comes across in Dracula, and also I have written a little bit about the biblical allusions in 'Christabel' by Samual Taylor Coleridge, and how religion was used to stereotype sexual women as demonic. Also I have written about Angela Carter's 'The Bloody Chamber', written in the late 20th century, and how it is a reaction to the repression women still face today. I am really enjoying the topic but I have also been asked to write about Coleridges 'Rime of the Ancient Mariner' in relation to female sexuality and I can't find anything myself. I just wondered if anyone had any ideas about that in particular or if not, about female sexuality in the gothic genre in general? Thank you.