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By J. Brown

A entire research of cannibalism in literature and movie, spanning colonial fiction, Gothic texts and modern American horror. Amidst the pointy enamel and awful urge for food of the cannibal, this booklet examines actual fears of over-consumerism and intake that difficulty an ever-growing glossy world.

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