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Why Do We Think Of Scientists As Emotionless Moral Vacuums?

The emotionless rationalist, the unfeeling moral vacuum, the inhuman researcher. According to Haynes (2003), this is “perhaps the most enduring scientist stereotype: that of the inhuman researcher who has sacrificed his or her emotions and human relationships in an obsessive pursuit of scientific materialism”. 748 more words

How significant is transgression in the texts you have studied?

Williams argues that “gothic literature is pervasively organised around anxieties about boundaries, and boundary transgression”, and certainly transgression seems pivotal in Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’. The novel’s protagonist declares “it was the secrets of heaven and earth I desired to learn”, animating dead matter in his workshop of “filthy creation”. 1,031 more words


Review of Frankenstein(1)

Frankenstein is a story mainly talks about that the main character named Frankenstein creates a monster and then the monster kills all his families and friends. 573 more words

read: Joe Frankenstein no.2 (2015)

Dig the title a lot. Fun comic.

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On Evaluative Criticism

Imagine yourself wearing a pair of latex gloves, scraping some dust off the surface of your favourite book or movie with a scalpel and tapping it into a clear vial of clear fluid. 1,848 more words

Comparative Criticism

Celebrate The Small Things: 22 May

  • I baked my first meringue pie, with a strawberry filling. I’d never done meringue or curd before, but it worked and went down a treat – rather quickly I might add.
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