The literary monster on film five nineteenth century British novels and their cinematic adaptations /
"Monsters in novels were connected with the protagonist, representative of a character's personal failings and failings of society. Film adaptations depict the creatures as engaging in senseless violence, suggesting a fear of the uncontrollable. This dichotomy is analyzed through examinati...
|Published:||Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2010.|
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