Being human? Twenty-first century monsters

Germanà, M. 2012. Being human? Twenty-first century monsters. in: Edwards, J.D. and Soltysik Monnet, A. (ed.) The Gothic in Contemporary Literature and Popular Culture: Pop Goth Routledge.

Chapter titleBeing human? Twenty-first century monsters
AuthorsGermanà, M.
EditorsEdwards, J.D. and Soltysik Monnet, A.
Book titleThe Gothic in Contemporary Literature and Popular Culture: Pop Goth
Year2012
PublisherRoutledge
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Published2012
ISBN9780415806763

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