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    R.L. Stine is best recognized as one of the finest writers of horror fiction, an achievement he reached using vivid imagination and creativity, despite having very little horrifying life experiences. Throughout his lifetime, Stine has won many awards for all of his popular horror fiction series. Stine has never really faced hardships that have allowed him to write his horror novels, he bases his work on realistic possibilities. Somehow, R.L. Stine still seems to keep his readers on the edge of their

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    science and horror fiction are grouped together under the general category of science fiction. This seems to be common among literature in terms of convenience of organization, however, it truly is inaccurate and the two classifications should not be grouped as one. While each genre may interweave elements of the other into the piece, they each have their own set of rules, and therefore, they should each be considered separate. There is one primary reason why science fiction and horror are not one

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    What makes people fascinated and amused to watch movies? I think all kinds of movies are, in there own way, great. Practically the excitement of horror movies, and science and technology of science fiction movies, and action and enthusiasm in the action movies are some credits that makes people’s engrossment. Even so could all movies create an entertainment and make people experience their thoughts of imaginations in the real world. What are the most interesting things about these film genres, which

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    materials are fiction. The interest of fiction not only deceives us to what is real, but also influences our daily lives. For many centuries, several philosophers and aestheticians have been asking the question “What makes watching unfolding tragedy, imagining and hypothesizing discomforting situations of grief and sadness satisfy us in some way?” There are many philosophical answers to the question; however, none of these answers came to one complete agreement. The Paradox of Fiction is a philosophical

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    The Strange Case of Dr.Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson as a Work of Horror Fiction Horror fiction in the 21st century has evolved far from its origins, to the extent where classic horror novels of the Victorian Era are considered to be parodies of how people perceive horror today. The novel 'The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde", which stands alongside classics such as Dracula and Frankenstein, is a powerful ethical symbol that suggests the shadowy nature of human personality

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    eds. 2005. The Contemporary Television Series. Edinburgh: Edinburg University Press, pp.159-182. Hodges, L., 2008. Mainstreaming Marginality: Genre, Hybridity, and Postmodernism in The X-Files. In: J. P. Tellote, ed. 2008. The Essential Science Fiction Television Reader. Kentucky: Kentucky University Press, pp.231-246. Mittel, J., 2007. Film and Television Narrative. In: D. Herman, ed. 2007. The Cambridge Companion to Narrative. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.156-171. Mittell, J., 2006

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    Edgar Allen Poe was an American Writer who wrote within the genre of horror and science fiction. He was famous for writing psychologically thrilling tales examining the depths of the human psyche. This is true of the Tell-Tale Heart, where Poe presents a character that appears to be mad because of his obsession to an old mans, ‘vulture eye’. Poe had a tragic life from a young age when his parents died. This is often reflected in his stories, showing characters with a mad state of mind, and in the

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    Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein as a response to a contest put forth by Lord Byron and her husband, Percy Shelley. The challenge was to write a horror story. Fittingly, her novel was influenced by the discussion they were having regarding the nature of life, referring to Darwin’s theory of Evolution, and the possibility of creating a creature. As a result, she wrote about a curious minded individual, Victor Frankenstein, assembling a creature with human parts and giving it life. The creature

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    The Horror of Pity and War in Regeneration by Pat Barker and Collective Poems of Wilfred Owen Through reading ‘Regeneration’ by Pat Barker and Wilfred Owen’s collection of poems, we see both writers present the horror and pity of World War I in an effective way. ‘Regeneration’ shows us a personal account of shell-shocked officer’s experience in the war. This links with Wilfred Owen’s poems as they too show how war affects the soldiers. Even though ‘Regeneration’ (a prose piece) and Wilfred

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    Frankenstein has been a classic for many years, and for many years to come. It strikes me to be one of the few horror stories one can actually read without vomiting, and instead, sympathize with. The book deals with a handful of things, as the moral dilemmas of interfering with nature. But, is it possible to connect this horror story with today's society? As we read the story about the man Frankenstein and his creation – it is often described as if he's making a monster. He puts together a man,

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