Studies in the Fantastic [#10]

Studies in the Fantastic is a journal devoted to the Speculative, Fantastic, and Weird in literature and other arts.

Contents in this issue: “Clean Slates, Marked Bodies: Dollhouse, the [Re-]Programming of the Mind, and the Gendered Labor of a Cyborg” by Ksenia Firsova • “The Fragmentation and Recovery of Zdzisław Beksiński” by Joseph Rex Young • “The Dangers of Gothic Sexuality in Crimson Peak and Penny Dreadful” by Amy Montz • “The Great Unmasking: Adaptation and the Problem of Identity in V for Vendetta” by Kwasu Tembo • Reviews by Rachel Cordasco, Ranjodh Singh Dhaliwal, Chera Kee, Jeremy Lakoff, and Steven Shaviro

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