Monsters and Monstrosity from the Fin de Siecle to the Millennium: New Essays

Monsters and Monstrosity from the Fin de Siecle to the Millennium New Essays Zombies vampires and ghosts feature prominently in nearly all forms of entertainment in the st century including popular fiction film comics television and computer games But these creatures ha

  • Title: Monsters and Monstrosity from the Fin de Siecle to the Millennium: New Essays
  • Author: Sharla Hutchison Rebecca A Brown
  • ISBN: 9780786495061
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Paperback
  • Zombies, vampires and ghosts feature prominently in nearly all forms of entertainment in the 21st century, including popular fiction, film, comics, television and computer games But these creatures have been vital to the entertainment industry since the best seller books of a century and half ago Monsters don t just invade popular culture, they help sell popular culture.Zombies, vampires and ghosts feature prominently in nearly all forms of entertainment in the 21st century, including popular fiction, film, comics, television and computer games But these creatures have been vital to the entertainment industry since the best seller books of a century and half ago Monsters don t just invade popular culture, they help sell popular culture This collection of new essays covers 150 years of enduringly popular Gothic monsters who have shocked and horrified audiences in literature, film and comics The contributors unearth forgotten monsters and reconsider familiar ones, examining the audience taboos and fears they embody.
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    • Kyla Ward says:

      "In sum, and not to put too fine a point on the matter, our contributors analyze a range of monsters that would frighten Charlaine Harris's Bill Compton and would undoubtedly eat the Cullen family for dinner, without the requisite side of fava beans and nice chianti."With these words, a collection of essays is unleashed on such bizarre and intriguing topics as Japanese mushroom people, vengeful Egyptian ghosts, the uses of the Tarot and, with my personal favourite title, "Bears That Dance and Be [...]

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