A Posthumanist Dystopia of Dichotomies and Dehumanization. Detroit: Become Human

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Tan Arda Gedik

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Gedik, T. 2019. A Posthumanist Dystopia of Dichotomies and Dehumanization. Journal of English Language and Literature Club. 1, 2 (Sep. 2019), 4-8.
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