TV and Film

Dexter Morgan: The Moral and Well-Loved Serial Killer

Dexter Morgan might just be the world’s most-loved serial killer; blood-spatter analyst for Miami Metro Homicide by day, and a killer by night – but only a killer of killers. What makes Dexter so fascinatingly different is that he has a code to follow for his victims – they must be, without a doubt, murderers… Continue reading Dexter Morgan: The Moral and Well-Loved Serial Killer

Literature

Homosexual Undertones in Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’

  It is highly possible that Mr Hyde represents Dr Jekyll’s repressed homosexuality. The following statement from a recent article provides some insight as to why this is highly possible: “It was the case that around the middle of the nineteenth-century homosexuality was considered a sign of mental and medical illness, and an embarrassing symptom… Continue reading Homosexual Undertones in Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’