Monthly Archives: September 2011
Nadine and I, along with Jessica and Ashley, had briefly discussed Gibson’s Neuromancer at the beginning of another class. I had enjoyed Neuromancer, and in particular Gibson’s conventions. However, as our class discussion on Tuesday, as well as the out … Continue reading
I really loved John Campbell Jr.’s short story Who Goes There. And, though I’ve never seen the movie adaptation of the story, a friend of mine had suggested that I watch The Thing. My interest having been piqued by Who Goes … Continue reading
I was very taken with Lynd Ward’s woodcuts for Frankenstein, and thought that it would be interesting to dig up some other pictorial interpretations of Shelly’s work. In particular, I wanted to look at key parts of the novel, as depicted … Continue reading
It has been some time since I last read Frankenstein. And I’ve never read it under the pretext of science fiction, but rather as a gothic novel. However, upon rereading the epistolary opening sections of Mary Shelley’s novel, I immediately … Continue reading
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