The Monster Hunter in Modern Popular Culture

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					The Monster Hunter in Modern Popular Culture
Ray B Browne
The Journal of American Culture; Mar 2009; 32, 1; Docstoc
pg. 95




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Description: Duda is certainly right in believing that the monster hunter is a hunter of the last few decades, because "in less than a decade the world has experienced shocking terrorism and unrest in the Middle East, ongoing genocide in Africa, and horrific natural disasters in Asia and the United States" (142).
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