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Peter Lang (2019)

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What is Horror? This terrifying genre gives shape to our anxieties as humans, and as a society. Short, accessible essays offer an introduction to horror in old and new media, including film, literature, games and comics. Texts range from classics like Stanley Kubrick's The Shining to Jordan Peele's Get Out.
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