- The origins of the zombie 2
- Critical approaches 3
- Pride and prejudice and zombies 3
- Biased language 4
- Pride and prejudice and zombies pt. 2 4
- Zombie outbreak- coronavirus pandemic zombie apocalypse lockdown. 5
- “them” 6
- Tagline discussion 6
- The walking dead 7
- Adverbier 7
- Udvidet tid /præsen participium 8
- Hjælpeverbum mm. 8
- Sammensat verballed 9
- Genitiv 10
- If-betegnelse 10
British culture 10
- Coketown 10
- Relate to the topics 10
- Classes 11
Post modernism 11
- Definition 11
- The penis 12
- Seinfield: “the pitch” s4e3 13
- Main thing about modernism 14
- Escape from new York 14
- Andy Warhol 15
- Some other aspects of postmodernism esp. In britain 15
- American beauty 15
- American beauty 16-28 15
- American beuaty 28-44 16
- Falling (filmen fra cafebiografen) 17
- Terms in postmodernism 18
- “How to eat a poem” 19
- Analysis of “Normal people” 19
- -Page 1-49 20
- Chapter 6-7 21
Shakespeare (Elizabethan era) 22
- Interflora (kan også bruges under post-modernism) 22
- Shakespeare Sonnet 147 (Original Text) 23
- Hamlet: Act 3 scene 4 (p. 29-43) 24
- Shaekspeare (the plays) 25
4. What do the expressions zombedies and splat stick on p. 20 refer to? What does that indicate about the genre?
The expression zombedies referred to a mixture between the comedy genre and the zombie genre.
Which indicates that the genre is getting less serious and that they are experimenting more with the genre.
5. In which ways could zombie invasion narratives be seen as a critique of society?
It’s a critique of the society because you don’t have your own mind. It shows our greedy side, an example could be the start of the corona quarantine where everyone started hamstring.
6. Which symbolic meanings could be read into the zombie as a character?
When they show in a movie it’s a symbolic meaning that they are a symbol of death
7. Why has the zombie genre survived for so long? What does the text suggest? What do you suggest?
Kirkman thinks that when the world is ruled by the dead we are finally forced to live as humans and not as zombies.
Cause if you think about it, humans are basically zombies when they go through the same everyday routine every day.
It is as none of us really have a brain to think with. But when the world is ruled by the dead we are forced to finally act and break through our "zombie bubble" we find ourselves in
and we can start defending ourselves against zombies. Therefore I think that Kirkman is kinda right for else we will return to our own everyday zombie routine.
Kirkman means that when the world is ruled by the dead we are finally forced to live as humans and not as zombies.
Cause if you think about it, humans are basically zombies when we are occupied by our phones and social media every single hour of the day.
It is as none of us really have a brain to think with. But when the world is ruled by the dead we are forced to finally act and but our phones away
and we can start acting as humans by defending ourselves against zombies. Therefore I think that Kirkman is kinda right for else we will return to our own everyday zombie routine.
Der anvendes of-genitiv i alle tre eksempler, fordi der er tale om ting som “portens øverste bjælke”, “gårdens navn” og “den store lades endevæg”.
Ved ikke-levende ting anvendes of-genitiv, ligesom der bl.a. også anvendes of-genitiv ved dyr, som ikke er kæledyr og ved begreber.
Apostrof-genitiv bruges ved personer og propier (the boy's bike, Johnny's car), ved højerestående dyr og husdyr (the lion's roar, the dog's tail), ved tids- og afstandsbetegnelser (next year's profit)
ved afstand (a boat's length), ved skibe og både (the boat's oars), ved nogle danske sammensatte substantiver (en fuglerede = a bird's nest), ved erhverv og sted (the grocer's shop), ved geografiske propier og stednavne (Denmark's export).