ENG3402 Vampires, SP2014

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ENG3402 Vampires, SP2014
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Department
English
Course Code
ENG3402
Semester / Year
Spring 2014
Course Description

This class explores the origins and characteristics of the vampire figure in literature and folklore in order to trace the evolution of the vampire in 20th and 21st century American literature, film, and television.

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Osama Siddiqui

In 21st century Vampires are very at attractive. And ethically good (to some point). In each […] See MoreOsama Siddiqui

Laura Chierchia blog post 10

Despite Day’s theory of the post human vampire, the 21st century vampire is the ideal model for h […] See MoreLaura Chierchia blog post 10

Shanaz Pasha, Blog Post 10

Over the centuries, vampire narratives have changed course; from representing the violations of […] See MoreShanaz Pasha, Blog Post 10

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That sounds fine, Veronica. I'm looking forward to seeing your drafts tomorrow. See More

professor, I started on this topic, and decided to go in a completely different direction. I have […] See More

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