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Zombies, vampires, and philosophy

Greene, Richard

Zombies, vampires, and philosophy

chicken soup for the soulless

by Greene, Richard

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Published by Open Court in Chicago .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesUndead and philosophy.
Statementedited by Richard Greene and K. Silem Mohammad
SeriesPopular culture and philosophy -- v.49
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBF1556 .Z66 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24492459M
ISBN 109780812696837
LC Control Number2010001965

Vampire, Werewolf, and Zombie Books Blood-sucking vampires, throat-ripping werewolves, and dead-eyed zombies used to be reserved for Halloween season. Now they're here year-round, aided and abetted by children's literature, which has captivated morbid young imaginations since the Brothers Grimm.   Directed by Burr Steers. With Lily James, Sam Riley, Jack Huston, Bella Heathcote. Five sisters in 19th century England must cope with the pressures to marry while protecting themselves from a growing population of zombies/10(K).

  Vampires are evil mythological beings who roam the world at night searching for people whose blood they feed upon. They may be the best-known classic monsters of all. Most people associate. Popular Culture and Philosophy: Book 49 - 1st printing. "New Life for the Undead!" Edited by Richard Greene and K. Silem Mohammad. Whether it's Twilight, True Blood, Buffy, Blade or 30 Days of Night; movies, TV, books, or comics; vampires are everywhere! There are more zombie books, zombie movies, and zombie games than ever before.

All the Stars and Teeth, Book 1. Swirl of cool magical ideas has mermaids, sea monsters, too. By Adalyn Grace. Continue reading. Diana: Princess of the Amazons. Vibrant, gentle origin story shows Wonder Woman as tween. By Shannon Hale, Dean Hale. Continue reading. Epoca: The Tree of Ecrof. Sports-themed magical fantasy values teamwork, character.   Vampires, zombies, Nietzsche. The dichotomy between vampires and zombies is something worth thinking about. The obvious frontrunner is the “Twilight” book and film series. The book’s.


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