Monster from cultures then or now

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Holly Goodman British Lit. Essay 9/29/16 A Monster of Pop Culture The pop culture of monsters comes from centuries of storytelling. The evolution of monsters has changed very dramatically since they were first created/thought up. The most iconic monsters from history still inject fear into many people. With a vast amount of stories from the past and more being created everyday the monster lovers out there have no problem staying curious. For the more timid when it comes to chilling tales we can stay on the happier side of monster pop culture which for me, is Disney created monsters! An important monster in pop culture is James P. Sullivan or Sully from the popular movie Monster Inc. Sully is a large, furry blue monster with horns and purple spots. He spends his time at Monster Inc. being the top scarer in his division. At the beginning of the movie the monster’s whole world revolves around scaring children because their screams are what powers the monsters whole town. Over the course of the story Sully and Mike
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