From False Teeth to Exoskeletons: The Body and Materiality in William Gibson’s Burning Chrome
Considering texts from William Gibson’s short story collection, Burning Chrome, this essay seeks to establish that the material ontology of the body cannot be discounted in current ontological and existential debates, but rather, we might re-conceptualise pre-existing notions of human selfhood under the conditions of a technologically enhanced social aesthetic.
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