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In William Gibson’s Neuromancer, Gibson’s stylistic writing over-saturates the text with meaning due to technical details. He intermingles scientific/computer jargon with a colloquial tone that leads a reader to assume obvious connections to a highly technological world. However, Gibson relies … Continue reading
I’m interested in comparing the idea of consumerism within Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep and a work called You Are What You Buy: Postmodern Consumerism and the Construction of Self by Danielle Todd. The link for the second … Continue reading
Throughout Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein is shown to understand the world in terms of in-between-ness—as both a world of reality and of “dreams…undisturbed by reality.” This is due to the fact that some of Frankenstein’s most striking character traits—such as being … Continue reading