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Mendlesohn, F. Conceived in a spirit of irony—what could be more counterintuitive than casting a young, innocent-looking co-ed in the role of vampire slayer? Along the way, the show tackled such thorny issues as racism, lesbianism, and stereotypes. But what inspired the show is the notion that many teenagers experience high school as horror, and that this experience can be treated allegorically, casting Internet predators, for example, literally as demons.
Or again, runaway adolescents literally go to hell, returning home aged by the experience. Alongside vampires and demons, there are zombies, the walking undead. This may suggest a certain amount of intellectual overload, but, be that as it may, this volume will be welcomed by fans of Buffy, who will relish in the details of the shows and in the discussion of their possible meaning.
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Sabrina P. Susan R. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, Nicholas magazine as the best publication for children ever produced in the United States. The inclusion of primary sources and the lack of broader contextualization in many of the essays make the volume more a primer on St. Nicholas than a vehicle for debate about its role in acclimating American children of the era.
Nonetheless, it should bring additional attention to the magazine from the general and scholarly communities and offer valuable perspectives for those interested in childhood and the genteel culture of this period.
They organized the collection into three sections: the first focuses on the production of St. The first section opens with a pair of primary sources that bookend the period. Related Papers.
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