For this week's post (due by next Friday), I would like you all to look at contemporary representations of wolves or werewolves in popular media (so movies, tv shows, books, commercials, ads, etc.). Choose one specific example that catches your interest. Analyze the manner in which wolves/werewolves are represented and compare it to their depiction in "Bisclavret." How do you see the manner in which contemporary humans conceptualize their relationship to wolves, and, by extension, other animals, differing from what you see in "Bisclavret"? Are there any similarities? How is the boundary between animal and human perceived? Has it shifted? Feel free to bring in the Seth article, if it will help you make your argument more effectively.
Two paragraphs minimum for this one. One for analyzing the text you chose, and one for thinking through how it compares to "Bisclavret."