Week 12 - Golems and Robots review

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Golems and Robots on Stage and Screen a review 2014 Adaptation, appropriation, uncanny
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Jorge Luis Borges (Labyrinths) – BASIC DEVICES OF THE FANTASTIC work within the work contamination of reality by dream voyage in time the double
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Wegener Creation Creature Creator Genre Visual features Language Special features Karel Čapek Leivick James Whale Duvivier Robert Wise Martin Frič James Cameron
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Niki de saint Phalle, “Golem,” Jerusalem, 1972
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Last Folio: Yuri Dojc
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KING JAMES BiBle : Psalm 139/16 Thine eyes did see my substance, (golmi)  yet being unperfect;  and in thy book all my members were written, which in continuance were fashioned,    when as yet there was none of them        (emphasis mine, VA)             
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Intermediality and hybrid fictional worlds - From camera obscura to projections on stage camera obscura = dark room ( The earliest mention of this type of device was by the Chinese philosopher Mo-Ti (5th century BC). The term "camera obscura" was first used by the astronomer Johannes Kepler in the early 17th century. Animated statues x Olimpia Tanagra - mold-cast type of Greek terracotta figurines Dreams x visions Magic x Science Golems x Olimpia x Frankenstein
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1808 Jakob Grimm in the romantic Journal for Hermits.!
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