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On fear, horror, and terror : giving utterance to the unutterable

Author: Pedro Querido; María Ibáñez-Rodríguez
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill Rodopi, [2019]
Series: At the interface/probing the boundaries, v. 125.
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This volume brings together essays that examine a vast gamut of different contemporary cultural manifestations of fear, anxiety, horror, and terror. Topics range from the feminine sublime in American novels to the monstrous double in horror fiction, (in)security at music festivals, the uncanny in graphic novels, epic heroes' Being-towards-death and authenticity, atrocity and history in Central European art, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(OCoLC)1085698143
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Pedro Querido; María Ibáñez-Rodríguez
ISBN: 9789004397996 900439799X
OCLC Number: 1096239641
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Front Matter --
Copyright --
Notes on Contributors --
Introduction / María Ibáñez-Rodríguez and Pedro Querido --
Both Victimizer and Victim: Terror and the Feminine Sublime in American Psycho and Fight Club / Emily-Rose Carr --
Fearful Manifestations: a Comparative Study of the Monstrous Double in Ahmed Khaled Towfik's Utopia / Ghada Saad Hassan --
Music Festival (in)Security: Transgression, Transhumanism, and Immorality / Woodrow Hood --
Myths of the Uncanny in the Contemporary Graphic Novel / María Ibáñez-Rodríguez --
Fear, Death, and Authenticity in the Hero: a Look at Heidegger, Achilleus, and Harry Potter / Nicole M. Jowsey --
Ornaments of Pain and Survival: Central European History, Literature, and Film / Marta Moore --
A Horror of the Vacuum: an Overview of Old Age in Absurdist Literature / Pedro Querido --
Hospitality in Post-9/11 Representations of "Home Invasion": Michael Haneke's Funny Games (1997/2007) / Ana Romão --
Back Matter --
Index.
Series Title: At the interface/probing the boundaries, v. 125.
Responsibility: edited by Pedro Querido and Maria Ibáñez-Rodríguez.

Abstract:

This volume brings together essays that examine a vast gamut of different contemporary cultural manifestations of fear, anxiety, horror, and terror. Topics range from the feminine sublime in American novels to the monstrous double in horror fiction, (in)security at music festivals, the uncanny in graphic novels, epic heroes' Being-towards-death and authenticity, atrocity and history in Central European art, the theme of old age in absurdist literature, and iterations of the \'home invasion\' subgenre in post-9/11 popular culture. This diversity of insights and methodologies ensures a kaleidoscopic look at a cluster of phenomena and experiences that often manage to both be immediately and universally recognizable and defy straightforward categorization or even description. Contributors are Emily-Rose Carr, Ghada Saad Hassan, Woodrow Hood, María Ibáñez-Rodríguez, Nicole M. Jowsey, Marta Moore, Pedro Querido and Ana Romão.

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