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Ricardo Argudin 9/22/2011 enc 1101 sec 67 “A Brief History of Monsters” In reading “A Brief History of Monsters” I learned that only the hero was allowed to fight the monster, and demons and witches could be fought without the hero. One would only need piety, humility, and discipline. And after the age of science monsters were created rather than born and these monsters, unlike the monsters of myth and legend, could not be fought. No hero of saint save us from them Before Reading “A Brief History of Monsters” I was aware that the most famous
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Unformatted text preview: monster was Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. I also aware that as time progressed and humans began to explore the science of how things work and how things are created, many of the original stories were altered to conform to the new advances is science. In class I believe that we should discuss the advances in the way that monsters have been portrayed from the 19 th century, and the way that monsters are portrayed in today’s society...
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