The Many Forms of Fear, Horror and Terror

The Many Forms of Fear, Horror and Terror
edited by Leanne Franklin and Ravenel Richardson

ISBN: 978-1-84888-013-9

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Contents

Preface
Leanne Franklin and Ravenel Richardson

PART I Terrorist Attacks of 9/11, 3/11 and 7/7

Terrorism and Social Panic in British Fantastic Cinema
Raúl Álvarez Gómez

Hollywood Under Siege: The Entrenched As a Dramatic Role in the Wake of 9/11
Antonio Sánchez-Escalonilla

Monsters, Feérie Fear, Threaten Global And the Uncanny in the Cinema of M. Night Shyamalan
Gabriel Garcia Mingorance

Cinema and Social Trauma after Terrorist Attacks: The Spectatorship Perception.  Approaching to the Spanish Case
Araceli Rodríguez Mateos

Drumming the Horror Away
Silvia Herreros de Tejada

PART II The Aesthetics of Fear, Horror, and Terror

‘Tuneful Tragedy’: Aesthetisation of Horror in A Song Of Ice And Fire by George R. R. Martin
Dagmara Zając

Run for Your Lives: Remembering the Ramsay Brothers
Kartik Nair

Apocalyptic Machines: Terror and Anti-Production in the Post-9/11 Splatter Film
Phoebe Fletcher

Fearful Irony: The Case of Being Dexter(ous)
Shona Hill and Shilinka Smith

PART III Physiolocial and Psychological Experiences of Fear

Fearing Fear: The Experience of Fright And Scares in the Early Modern Southern Netherlands
Sonja Deschrijver and Bhūmi Vanderheyden

‘The Horror of the Nurses’: Shell-shock And Stillbirth in H.D.’s Asphodel
Elizabeth Brunton

Inscribing the Traumatised Body: The Wartime Diaries of Marguerite Duras and Marie Vassiltchikov
Ravenel Richardson

The Id in the Basement
Michèle Huppert

PART IV Cultures of Fear, Horror, and Terror

And the World Became Rifty: The Context Of Terror in Mediaeval Society
Rainhard Bengez

Everyday Fear: Parenting and Childhood in A Culture of Fear
Leanne Franklin and John Cromby

Fearing the Addict: Hollywood’s Projection Of America’s Phobia of Drug Addicts
Bryan Brown

‘Bullet-Holes for Eyes’: The Lingering Image Of Horror in a 1920s Murder
Jo Chipperfield

What Killed Laura Palmer? David Lynch’s Twin Peaks as a Dissection Of American Fears
Anna Warso

Fear and Terror at the Intersection of The Personal and Civilisational: An Integral Analysis
L. Michael Spath