A Metamodernist Reading of Multiple Subjectivities in Orphan Black

Authors

  • Ms. Zain-ul-Maqsood Ph.D. Scholar, National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad

Keywords:

Metamodernism, Oscillation, As-if mindset, Subjectivity

Abstract

From a metamodern viewpoint, human subjectivity is an oscillation between two or more intrinsic extremes in the spectrum of self. The Canadian science fiction TV series Orphan Black uses clones to portray the concept of multiple subjectivities.. The goal of this study is to examine the manifestations of this multiplicity in order to gain an understanding of the existence of the subject in the contemporary metamodernist world. In order to locate the subjects from the selected texts in the metamodern world, the study will use textual analysis as a method under the qualitative paradigm.

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Published

2023-07-10