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UNRAVELING RESIDENT EVIL: ESSAYS ON THE COMPLEX UNIVERSE OF THE GAMES AND FILMS

Adam Crowley, Stephen Cadwell, Broc Holmquest, Suzan E. Aiken, James Stone, Jenny Platz, Nicolas J. Lalone, Hannah Priest, Kristine Larsen, J. L. Schatz, Margo Collins, Simon Bacon, Nadine Farghaly



 

Resident Evil is a multidimensional as well as multimedia universe: Various books, graphic novels, games and movies (the fifth one came out in 2012) all contribute to this enormous universe. The new essays written for this volume focus on this particular zombie manifestation and its significance in popular culture. The essayists come from very different fields, so it was possible to cover a wide range and discuss numerous issues regarding this universe. Among them are game theory, the idea of silence as well as memory, the connection to iconic stories such as Alice in Wonderland, posthumanism and much more. A lot of ground is covered that will facilitate further discussions not only among Resident Evil interested persons but also among other zombie universes and zombies in general. Most of these essays focus on the female figure Alice, a character revered by many as a feminist warrior.

 

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9780786472918

2014

248

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2014

248

 

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