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What makes a monster? Many would argue that a monster is something that is cruel, inhumane, and abnormal. In our current society, there are many examples of monsters shown through movies, television, and literature. These examples usually depict these monsters as physically ugly beings with a lack of human qualities like emotion. In the very popular novel, Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, the author uses Victor Frankenstein’s creation to make the reader question what it means to be a monster. Many...
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‘Grendel’ was written by John Gardner and in the novel, unlike the creature Grendel lives at home with his mother who occasionally lacks interaction with him. Because of this Grendel isn’t too pleased with his mother most of the time. For most mothers in today’s society, they communicate with us every day however that was quite the opposite when it came to his mother. For that reason, Grendel willing wants to engage within the society, by observing the humans. The...
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We are living in an age of relatively advanced technology. Cloning technology can copy objects into living objects. Cloning pigs and cloning cattle have become a reality. If it were not for some people's objections, cloning humans would certainly become a reality. We have to figure out whether technology is out of control. My understanding is that in a sense, technology is out of control. First, literature always precedes reality. Many years ago, we read Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. In...
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How would a 16-year-old have a coming of age throughout his time in a New York prison this is what Walter Dean Myers wrote in the novel “Monster”. Myers was born in Martinsburg, West Virginia on August, 12,1937. “Sometimes I fell as I walked into the middle of a movie” (Myers, Monster) Coming of Age in the Novel “Monster” By Walter Dean Myers is about having to man up to serious times and become more mature to realize the circumstances....
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Have you ever felt the droplets of perspiration on your skin, creeping down your body, almost like the cold fingers of a skeleton, and have been frighted of a slaying gnome or a malevolent ventriloquist? Well, the movie ‘Goosebumps’ will definitely tickle your sweat glands as, R.L. Stine’s best-selling book, turned into a blockbusting movie directed by Rob Letterman, turns skulls through its capitalization on the power of imagination and attention-grabbing horror-comedy motion picture. It seems everyone is captivated into...
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The Monstrosity of the Ordinary in George Langelaan’s “The Fly” In the concepts surrounding the ideas of monstrosity, one tends to invoke images from gothic horror like Frankenstein, Carmilla, Nosferatu, etc., Or at the very least, extremely grotesque and eerie figures that possess abnormal features and forms. This is rightfully so, the etymology of the word suggests the disfiguration of a person and/or “misshapen being,” as the word derives from the Anglo-Norman and Middle French monstre during the first half...
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The epic poem “Beowulf”, written during the 8th century when England was beginning to convert to Christianity. This poem includes references to the bible, as well as pagan traditions in order to ease pagans into the transition to Christianity. The poem is centered around the main hero, Beowulf who fights against the monsters that try to destroy harmony. Three out of the seven deadly sins, envy, wrath, and greed, are exemplified through the three battles Beowulf faces throughout the poem...
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