Name: Course Title: Professor: Date: Love and Serial Killers The concept of a serial killer is usually taken by those in the society to be something disgusting and disturbing even to hear about. One thinks of a serial killer with fear as well as rage for the gruesome crimes most of them perform to innocent people in the society. However in various movies and books the serial killers the serial killers are indeed part of the society and thus find it hard to differentiate between their good deeds and the overall evil brought about by them. This might even end up encouraging the atrocities leaving communities in more danger than safety. Works Cited Kepnes Caroline. You. Atria/Emily Bestler Books; Reprint Edition 2015 . Schmid David. Natural Born Celebrities. Chicago The University Of Chicago Press 2008 . [...]
the novel You asks us to fall in love with a serial killer at the heart of the story. Compare and use examples from You and other media (film or novels) in the class, to showcase and explain how these stories ask us to identify or “have feelings for” the serial killers themselves. And more importantly, what is the “real world” effect of asking us to identify with serial killers?