Survival of the Fittest

Madlyn Wheatley and Nabaha Stanley

The background

After the first Zombie war another outbreak begins. So in a series of interviews we hear about several peoples stories of this new outbreak. Listen as they describe the infecteds appearance and how they avoid being infected themselves.

What does it mean?

Could it be?

Are the Zombie's in this Story really a cover for our society's Strong survival of the fittest mentality? In the first chapter they describe the first new case. The infected are in a small Village, a poor village. With miles between them and a hospital they are weak and exposed. So of course an outbreak would Start here. Sean Posey says "The popularity of zombies among public intellectuals and its potent symbolism is best reflected in the zombie films of the past few decades, which have traced long-term problems in American society. " And is this mentality of only the strongest can survive not a problem? The author Nedo Atanasoki has said that by ostrizing these "monsters'' in our case Zombie's they become weak and are easily killed.
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MLA Citations

"A Country Walking Dead: The Zombie as Metaphor in American Culture and Film I The Hampton Institute." A Country Walking Dead: The Zombie as Metaphor in American Culture and Film I The Hampton Institute. Hampton Institution, 27 Feb. 2014. Web. 5 May 2016.

"Monsters and the Monstrous." Google Books. N.p., n.d. Web. 5 May 2016.