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Monsters of film, fiction, and fable : the cultural links between the human and inhuman

Author: Lisa Wenger Bro; Crystal O'Leary-Davidson; Mary Ann Gareis
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars P., 2018
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa Wenger Bro; Crystal O'Leary-Davidson; Mary Ann Gareis
ISBN: 9781527510890 1527510891
OCLC Number: 1091641922
Notes: bibliogr.
Description: vii, 404 s.
Contents: Af indholdet: S. 70-89: Embracing collapse: our uneasy love affair with The walking dead / mary Ann Gareis. --
S. 145-164: That time of the month: the female werewolf in cinema / Crystal O'Leary-Davidson. --
S. 189-209: You are what you eat: smart zombies in literature and film / Shane Trayers. --
S. 210-226: The transforming lycanthrope: the rhetoric of werewolf disability and identity in modern cinema / Ian Golding. --
S. 248-262: Edward Scissorhands as gothic fable: a 25-years retrospective / Dennis Yeo. --
S. 263-286: Beowulf: the monsters and the heroes from Grendel to Shrek / Kris Swank. --
S. 342-362: The de-evolution of humanity in The walking dead / Rhonda Crombie. --
S. 363-376: A terrifying fragile border: Jewish assimilation in An American werewolf in London / Rhonda Crombie.
Responsibility: edited by: Lisa Wenger Bro, Crystal O'Leary-Davidson and Mary Ann Gareis

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