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Tag Archives: Joss Whedon
For all undergraduate students of the Gothic, The Undergraduate Journal of Whedon Studies could be a valuable forum to exchange ideas–and practice the publication of your own ideas and research.
A provocative article by Doug Enaa Green, interpreting Angel in terms of Jean-Paul Sartre’s later, Marxist philosophy.
OK, this is all a bit ‘motivational’, I know–but still, it reminds us of how classy the scriptwritng for Buffy the Vampire Slayer is.