The Silver Age of Superhero Comics and How Marvel’s Spider-Man Brought it to an End
The story Othello tells about himself (to himself and to the audience) is crucial because only that which is verbalized becomes real.
"Long before I was old enough to stomach them myself, I could regurgitate comprehensive summaries and character analyses of the originals and the remakes, Hitchcock and James Wan and Wes Craven, enumerate all of Paris Hilton’s fatal snafus, compare and contrast a low-budget slasher with a titanic studio blockbuster. " A story of a family, grief, and horror films.
Do utopian societies depend on the complete subservience of a population to a rule or ruler? A look at the Eden of Paradise Lost and the global state of Brave New World.
“Why is disability still a mark of stain, not mark of existence, of wonderfulness, or of diverse perspectives?”
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