HSC essay on module A, texts in time, Blade Runner and Frankenstein
Msg #1 Kevin Lagrandeur:
to discuss: Are there any similarities betweencharacters in Blade Runner and Frankenstein? If so, which ones? How are theysimilar? Is this significant, in your opinion? How?
Msg #2 John:
Msg #3 Patrick:
Yaaawwwwnn! One of these days I'm going to accept the fact the the humanbody needs a minimum amount of sleep to operate. I'm presently operating off ofa small cup of cafeteria orange juice. The olny thing you could provoke me todo now is sleep.
Msg #5 John:
I feel like] a Led Zepplin song or even a recent movie Dazed and Confused.I really don't think we have read enough to answer this question
Msg #6 Alison:
I guess that there are some similarities between characters in Blade Runnerand Frankestein. I'm not really sure as to what they are since I never thoughtabout it. I guess that there is a similarity between Walter's need for a realfriend and Rick's need for a real animal. They both needed somethingreal-Walter was tired of confiding in a journal and Rick was tired of takingcare of a fake animal.
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