The Real Monsters: An Analysis of Hannibal Lecter, Jack Torrance and Norman Bates

Due to the fact that this paper has repeatedly been plagiarized, I’ve decided to remove it from the website.  While I am flattered that my work warrants such repeated offense, I’m not in the business of servicing the community, especially those stupid enough to steal a work verbatum and try to pass it off as their own.

If you have an interest in reading ‘The Real Monsters: An Analysis of Hannibal Lecter, Jack Torrance and Norman Bates’, send me an email.

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2 thoughts on “The Real Monsters: An Analysis of Hannibal Lecter, Jack Torrance and Norman Bates

  1. Remember that teachers and professors often browse the net for articles to make sure students aren’t plagiarizing. This article is a top search result and copying it will only result in bad things happening to you. Do the right thing!

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