Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Philosophy

Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Philosophy: Fear and Trembling in Sunnydale

-Edited by James B. South
-335 Pages
-2003

  Summary: A large collection of essays regarding the philosophical issues and debatable topics in the Buffyverse. Ranging from feminism to ethics and politics to religion.
   
  Rating: 2.5/5
   
  Review: This is one of those books that's hard to rate. I didn't particularly like it, but then again, I'm not one for the philosophy behind human life and whatnot. So you're either going to love this book (assuming you like philosophy) or you're going to hate it (like me, cuz I found it utterly boring.) So I'm not really going to give this book much of a score because there are likely a lot of people out there who would enjoy this. I, however, was definitely not one of them simply because it just wasn't my area of interest. Keep in mind that some of the novels cover a lot of the areas that have already been discussed in "Reading  the Vampire Slayer" as well as "Fighting the Forces".
   
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