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    Issues covered in Max Brooks' Zombie Survival Guide. Max Brooks in The Zombie Survival Guide shows readers the main point to survival against the crowds of undead. Completely demonstrated and thoroughly comprehensive, this book covers everything one needs to know, including establishing a safe destination and behavior, the most effective defense strategies and artillery, and how to survive and adapt in any territory or environment. Over his satire talk and "historical" situations, he suggestions at a parallel authenticity where zombies are a genuine danger and readers should beware. This is where one starts to doubt his rationality. He has created an authentic-feeling, imaginary world, and one starts to wonder if he thinks he is really surviving…

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    Kendrick Coker Essay #3 This is the Central Arizona College student zombie apocalypse survival guide. So the world has come to an end but that doesn 't mean your life has to follow this guide to survive. The most important thing to have during this time is shelter. The Arizona heat is enough to make you pass out and die of thirst, Also the Arizona nights since it 's a desert get very cold. So a place to call home should be your priority from the beginning of your new apocalyptic life. The best…

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    Zombie Survival Guide: How to Prepare and Survive the Zombie Apocalypse If zombies became a living nightmare, and were no longer just found in the movies, rather in real life as well, life would become very difficult for an individual. First, an individual would have to stay away from a city, due to the large population which would lead to a large zombie outbreak. Second, they would have to gather supplies and weapons. Third, the individual would have to find others, for the reason that being in…

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    of The Zombie Survival Guide recommends that a survivor only fight as a last resort, and to use stealth to avoid the zombies as much as possible when operating in a world overrun by them (Brooks, 2003). Walter, Father Meyer, and the unnamed protagonist certainly display no inclination to fight the zombies. Father Meyer’s case is rather unique compared to much of the zombie genre as he is…

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    If you are in a situation which involves zombies this is the survival guide that you need. Zombies will follow any type sound, so be quiet and stay alert if you hear a sound near you. When there is a noise they follow it because they are always hungry and want more and more meat. They also like to group together into herds, so if you see one zombie than that means that there is a great possibility that there are more around. The only reason herds are created is because they follow sound so they…

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    Would America be able to survive a zombie apocalypse if one were to occur without any giving notice? Zombies are defined to be relentlessly aggressive, reanimated human corpse driven by a biological infection (Staff, 2012). With just one bite a zombie could turn a human into one of them. The thought of zombies taking any part in this world may seem odd to some civilians but one can never be to cautious. It is better to be safe than sorry and be completely taken by surprise when a zombie…

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    fact, they can intertwine in such a way that the myth itself can uphold a social order by teaching people how to live with that social order, as Walter Lippmann would say, manufacturing consent for that order just by suggesting that people must learn to live with it. In the case of Zombie and Vampire mythology in modern media, this dual function becomes apparent wherein teaching how to manage the onslaught of repetition in modern life with the Zombie myth and how…

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    majority of zombie stories are all based off the same idea, that zombies are all one dimensional flesh eating beasts. In Fido and Last stand that is not the case. They are different from the common zombie theme, because the zombies are more affectionate than some humans. Last stand, the zombies wanted to be far away from the humans, but the humans were trying to find and kill them. In Fido, the zombies had to wear a collar to be calm so they would not become the bloodthirsty monsters the humans…

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    Zombie Geographies

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    In Jeff May’s Zombie Geographies and the Undead City, he starts by explaining that “contemporary zombie films mark a geographical move to large urban areas, bringing the zombie masses to the city and foregroundIng urban fears while containing implicit messages about social difference and otherness”(May 286). I found this quote extremely interesting. If I could fast forward time, and somehow be placed in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, I would chose to be in a more rural or even suburban area.…

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    St. Labre Research Paper

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    If zombies did happen to come to St.Labre, first I would go and find a knife or something to protect myself with while I try and get to a safe and secure spot with food, water, and shelter then i would grab all my friends that weren’t zombies and I would go over to the spot that would keep us safe and fed. If zombies were to attack St. Labre while we were in school this is what i would in a few short sentences but continue on to read and i will tell you more. My basic needs of surviving a…

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