Monsters: Interdisciplinary Explorations in Monstrosity

Sibylle Erie & Helen Hendry

October 27, 2020

Monsters in literature work as a metaphor to tackle individual or social problems, forcing us to take a look at science and technology, our body & our human essence or identity. Where does ‘the monster’ end, and ‘the human’ start?
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