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Alien Constructions: Science Fiction and Feminist Thought

Patricia Melzer - Literary Criticism - 2010
Though set in other worlds populated by alien beings, science fiction is a site where humans can critique and re-imagine the paradigms that shape this world, from fundamentals ...
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Apocalyptic Transformation: Apocalypse and the Postmodern Imagination

Elizabeth K. Rosen - Literary Criticism - 2008 - 205 pages
Apocalyptic Transformation explores how one the oldest sense-making paradigms, the apocalyptic myth, is altered when postmodern authors and filmmakers adopt it. It examines how ...
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Apocalyptic Transformation: Apocalypse and the Postmodern Imagination

Elizabeth K. Rosen - Literary Criticism - 2008 - 205 pages
Apocalyptic Transformation explores how one the oldest sense-making paradigms, the apocalyptic myth, is altered when postmodern authors and filmmakers adopt it. It examines how ...
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Blockbuster: How Hollywood Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Summer

Tom Shone - Art - 2004 - 339 pages
A history of the modern blockbuster traces the progression of big summer films from the mid-1970s to the present, discussing how such factors as large Hollywood budgets and ...
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The Matrix trilogy: cyberpunk reloaded

Stacy Gillis - Fiction - 2005 - 195 pages
The Matrix Trilogy: Cyberpunk Reloadedis a collection of critical essays on the massive phenomenon that is the three Matrixfilms, including the subsequent Web sites, computer ...
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