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While today’s class lingered on the ending of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, in which the discovery of an ersatz toad might give the Deckards’ relationship a new life, I hope to start a discussion about this one long-term, … Continue reading
Before we leave Frankenstein too far behind, I invite you all to take a look back at 1974 and Mel Brooks’s “Young Frankenstein.” It was not the first comedy inspired by Shelley (see “Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein”), nor will … Continue reading
In October 4th’s class, Professor Savarese asked a question that I wish we’d had more time to answer: “Do we experience the world in a narrative format?” This question emerged from a revelation from the end of Frankenstein that the … Continue reading