Today we’re featuring a selected reading list on the intersection of queer studies and comics studies compiled by Ramzi Fawaz, co-editor (with Darieck Scott) of “ 1,015 more words
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As the novel Station Eleven matured and adapted to the evolving characters and growing post-epidemic civilization, a very complex literary theory became present. The protagonist of the book continuously flips from Arthur to Kirsten, giving the reader an initial sense of equal attention on both a male and female character; until it is realized that the character of a dead man still holds the same attention and significance as a young women currently alive throughout the text. 515 more words
Kat Odina Ali is an artist and writer. She spends a lot of time singing old jazz songs and wandering around London.
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Womanist (Alice Walker):
Within the novel, women are constantly being viewed as lesser beings than men. Even the protagonist, who is only 13, is viewed as just a sex object to many. 589 more words