Tuesday, August 13, 2013
For those of you who don't traffic in Catholic, north American, popular but thoughtful journals (wow, when you describe it, it sounds like a pretty specific demographic!) -
America is the preeminent example
of that. And this week's issue has a short but very accurate application of myanalysis to the zombie genre generally, by Daniel P. Horan, O.F.M.(Franciscans, for those who aren't up on their religious orders): "If welook at the compulsive, consumptive, individualistic and violent aspects of theundead and those who fight them as an allegory for our human sinfulness, thezombie genre might serve as a reminder of what it means to have true life, andhave it to the fullest." Check it out!