Cyborgs, sexuality, and the undead : the body in Mexican and Brazilian speculative fiction / M. Elizabeth Ginway.
- Nashville, Tennessee : Vanderbilt University Press, 
xi, 247 pages ; 23 cm
- Speculative fiction, Mexican -- History and criticism.
Speculative fiction, Brazilian -- History and criticism.
Human body in literature.
Monsters in literature.
Gender identity in literature.
Comparative literature -- Brazilian and Mexican.
Comparative literature -- Mexican and Brazilian.
- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
- "Expands the purview of speculative fiction in all its incarnations (science fiction, fantasy, horror) beyond the traditional Anglo-American context to focus on work produced in Mexico and Brazil, providing a historical overview from 1870 to the present, and addressing the technological, cultural, and social consequences of modernity and its implications for the human body"-- Provided by publisher.
- Machine generated contents note: 1. Gendered Cyborgs: Mechanical, Industrial, and Digital
2. The Baroque Ethos, Antropofagia, and Queer Sexualities
3. Trauma Zombies, Consumer Zombies, and Political Zombies
4. Vampires: Immunity and Resistance.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Other format:
- Online version: Ginway, M. Elizabeth. Cyborgs, sexuality, and the undead
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