Monthly Archives: September 2011
Why is Neuromancer difficult? What is standing in your way of understanding the novel so far? Explain clearly what the difficulty is, and use specific examples from the novel that illustrate the difficulty. Finally, include several questions that particular difficulty … Continue reading
I noticed my group mates showing a general appreciation for the messages in “The Comet” and I have to agree. Especially given the time in which the story was written the message that humanity is more important than racial distinctions … Continue reading
Another of the biggest differences between the novel Frakenstein and the movie adaptations is, to a certain extent, the collateral damage caused by the drama between Frankenstein and his creation. In Volume III we see the death of Elizabeth, Frankenstein’s … Continue reading
The comparatively slow pace of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein comes as a surprise to anyone basing their image of the story with the iconic movies about the original Mad Scientist and his nightmarish creation. More than the pace alone the novel … Continue reading
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