The name of the article is Our Zombies, Ourselves written by James Parker. In this article Parker discusses the historical backdrop of zombies and talks about where it is that they started from. Parker additionally raises exceptionally fascinating point on the notoriety of zombies and a short timeline on zombies. He also talks of different sorts of popular cultures which incorporate zombies and are utilized, for example, the movies Night of the Living Dead, White Zombie, the books The Zen of Zombies, Zombie Haiku, and the television series The Walking Dead.. By utilizing these references Parker helps demonstrate to us how zombies appear to ceaselessly draw our interest. The article additionally educates the reader about how zombies came and which prominent movies began to truly make the zombie what it is today. Parker also discusses the role and development of zombies and talks about how we have yet not reached the peak point of zombies. However not agreeing with Parker, it could be concluded that in fact zombies have reached the peak point. Zombies have turned very commercial, its only when something turns commercial it loses its essence and from that point can no longer flourish. Unlike where parker talks of the zombie ‘And now we really see him, framed disastrously in the skewed rear windshield, advancing toward us at an off-kilter zombie trot. No mistaking the message: the world is out of whack, the car is off the road, and here comes the zombie.’ 1 ( The Bedford Reader) However depicted in Shawn’s, of Shawn of the Dead, inability to tell the difference between the zombies and his usual neighbors .Zombies are like holiday shoppers: thoughtless, impulsive, unselfconscious malcontents driven by the basest instinct to do nothing but seek the next object of consumption. It’s hard to question one’s own consumption, but easy to pick on zombie’s fixes. Zombies apart from becoming commercial have become globalized and technology has effected that as well, which...
Cited: 1. Parker, James. "Our Zombies, Ourselves." The Bedford Reader. 12th ed. N.p.: Bedford/St. Martin 's, 2013. 342-45. Print.
2. Parker, James. "Our Zombies, Ourselves." The Bedford Reader. 12th ed. N.p.: Bedford/St. Martin 's, 2013. 342-45. Print.
3. Parker, James. "Our Zombies, Ourselves." The Bedford Reader. 12th ed. N.p.: Bedford/St. Martin 's, 2013. 342-45. Print.
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