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Texts and Human Experiences: Metropolis Articles

Year 12 English

"Metropolis", The Lights Fantastic: Semiotic Analysis of Lighting Codes in Relation to Character and Theme Author(s): Lane Roth

Using Film in the Humanities Classroom: The Case of "Metropolis" Author(s): Kenneth Jurkiewicz

'Capitals of Sorrow': From Metropolis to Brazil Author(s): RÉGINE-MIHAL FRIEDMAN

Stoicea, G. (2006) ‘Re-Producing the Class and Gender Divide: Fritz Lang’s Metropolis

Annette M. Magid, “Better than the Book: Fritz Lang’s Interpretation of Thea von Harbou’s Metropolis”, Spaces of Utopia: An Electronic Journal

Metropolis Author(s): Christian Marazzi

States of Emergency: Urban Space and the Robotic Body in the "Metropolis" Tales Author(s): LAWRENCE BIRD

Cyborgs and Replicants: On the Boundaries Author(s): Alice Rayner

Apocalyptic Imagery in Fritz Lang's "Metropolis" Author(s): Åke Bergvall

Technology, Art, and the Cybernetic Body: The Cyborg as Cultural Other in Fritz Lang's "Metropolis" and Philip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" Author(s): Klaus Benesch

Metropolis Author(s): JULIE WOSK

The Vamp and the Machine: Technology and Sexuality in Fritz Lang's Metropolis Author(s): Andreas Huyssen