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Rethinking Utopia as Dystopia: Arthur C. Clarke’S Childhood’S End and Robert Graves’S Seven Days in New Crete
(Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, 2016)
A close look into utopian fiction, a narrative born out of the search for a better state of existence, shows that perfection and freedom are merely the appearances; these texts reveal a society that is controlled and ...
“Representation and Evolution of the Monster and Monstrosity in the Late Victorian and Early Edwardian Gothic Novel”
(Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, 2023-07-11)
In their origin, monsters are signs of difference and a warning. As the embodiment of difference, monster stands as the signifier of the other, demarcating those whom societal norms deem dangerous or deviant. Providing a ...