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The Uncanny Child in Transnational Cinema Ghosts of Futurity at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century / Jessica Balanzategui. [print]

By: Balanzategui, Jessica [author]Contributor(s): Project Muse []Material type: TextTextSeries: Film culture in transitionPublication details: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, [(c)2018. ; Baltimore, Maryland : Project MUSE, 2020. Description: 1 online resource (331 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789048537792; 9048537797Subject(s): Horror films | Children in motion pictures | Horror films -- Japan | Horror films -- Spain | Horror films -- United States | Uncanny, The (Psychoanalysis) | Children in motion pictures | United States | Spain | JapanLOC classification: PN1995.9.C45PN1995.9.C45.B171.U533 2018Online resources: Click here to access online COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
The Child as Uncanny Other/ Section One/ Secrets and Hieroglyphs: The Uncanny Child in American Horror Film/ Chapter One: The Child and Adult Trauma in American Horror of the 1980s/ Chapter Two: The Uncanny Child of the Millennial Turn/ Section Two/ Insects Trapped in Amber: The Uncanny Child in Spanish Horror Film/ Chapter Three: The Child and Spanish Historical Trauma/ Chapter Four: The Child Seer and the Allegorical Moment in/ Millennial Spanish Horror Cinema. / Section Three/ Our Fear Has Taken on a Life of Its Own: The Uncanny Child in Japanese Horror Film/ Chapter Five: The Child and Japanese National Trauma/ Chapter Six: The Prosthetic Traumas of the Internal Alien in Millennial J-Horror/ Section Four[Trauma's Child: The Uncanny Child in Transnational Remakes and Co-productions/ Chapter Seven: The Transnational Uncanny Child/ Chapter Eight: Progress and Decay in the Twenty-first Century: The Postmodern Uncanny Child in The Others/ Chapter Nine: 'Round and round, the world keeps spinning. When it stops, it's just beginning:' Analogue Ghosts and Digital Phantoms in The Ring.
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The Child as Uncanny Other/ Section One/ Secrets and Hieroglyphs: The Uncanny Child in American Horror Film/ Chapter One: The Child and Adult Trauma in American Horror of the 1980s/ Chapter Two: The Uncanny Child of the Millennial Turn/ Section Two/ Insects Trapped in Amber: The Uncanny Child in Spanish Horror Film/ Chapter Three: The Child and Spanish Historical Trauma/ Chapter Four: The Child Seer and the Allegorical Moment in/ Millennial Spanish Horror Cinema. / Section Three/ Our Fear Has Taken on a Life of Its Own: The Uncanny Child in Japanese Horror Film/ Chapter Five: The Child and Japanese National Trauma/ Chapter Six: The Prosthetic Traumas of the Internal Alien in Millennial J-Horror/ Section Four[Trauma's Child: The Uncanny Child in Transnational Remakes and Co-productions/ Chapter Seven: The Transnational Uncanny Child/ Chapter Eight: Progress and Decay in the Twenty-first Century: The Postmodern Uncanny Child in The Others/ Chapter Nine: 'Round and round, the world keeps spinning. When it stops, it's just beginning:' Analogue Ghosts and Digital Phantoms in The Ring.

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