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The American novel and its film adaptation
A longstanding division in the field of adaptation theory has separated the great American novel and its film adaptation based on the difference of the two mediums. I argue that the tendency to separate the two is unproductive ...
Reviving the Romantic and Gothic traditions in contemporary zombie fiction
This paper combines concepts from Romantic and Gothic literature with ecocriticism in order to discuss eco-zombies in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein as well as the film, 28 Days Later and the texts that follow the film: the ...
Mundanity exists within our daily lives, and one of the most prominent places where this occurs is within our dwellings. Our living spaces suggest to us where and how we go about life, and, as dwellers, our adherence to ...