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This paper is focused on the meaning of the artist’s ‘theatre of violence’ and self-sacrifice in Charlie Brooker’s The National Anthem (2011), a parable of power and resistance in the age of technology. To interpret ‘the first great artwork of the 21th century’ (as this resistance is...
Both Blake and Nietzsche deemed the perversion of energy or will by the architects and enforcers of the Judeo-Christian moral law to be the most cataclysmic event in the history of man. Coerced by a false dichotomy of good and evil, man’s primordial flux is not only stymied but vitiated through...
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