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The Concept of Human and Monster in Mary Shelley’s Frankensteın and Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
(Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, 2019)
Human, as a concept, has always been at the center of the philosophical and artistic concerns in history. With the scientific developments achieved in the nineteenth century, new perspectives regarding the concept emerge ...
(De)monstrating the Other: Monstrosity as Performance in Middle English Romances
(Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, 2022-07-07)
This study argues that in the selected fourteenth and fifteenth-century Middle English romances, namely, Guy of Warwick (c. 1330), Richard Coer de Lyon (c. 1330), Sir Gowther (late 15th c.) Sir Gawain and the Green Knight ...
“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 ...