Terrors of Uncertainty: The Cultural Contexts of Horror Fiction
From Frankenstein to Psycho, horror fiction has provided our culture with some of its most enduring narratives. Grixti looks at interpret ations of the genre from psychology, psycho- analysis, sociology, cultural and media studies.
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HORROR AND HELPLESSNESS
HEROICS AND HELPLESSNESS
LANGUAGE MODES OF SEEING AND MAGIC
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