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Andersen, Gregers and Esben Bjerggaard Nielsen. "Biopolitics in the Anthropocene: On the invention of future biopolitics in snowpiercer, elysium, and interstellar." Journal of Popular Culture 51. (2018): 615–34.   
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Canavan, Gerry. "“If the Engine Ever Stops, We’d All Die”: snowpiercer and necrofuturism." Paradoxa 26. (2014): 41–66.   
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Jones, Clint. Apocalyptic Ecology in the Graphic Novel: Life and the environment after societal collapse. Jefferson: McFarland, 2020.   
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Joo, Suk Hee. "Du Transperceneige de Jacques Lob et Jean-Marc Rochette à Snowpiercer de Bong Joon-Ho: Une inspiration mutuelle entre arts visuels dans le domaine de la science-fiction." ReS Futurae 9 2017. Accessed 3 Dec. 2021. <>.   
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Marquez, Leander Penaso. "Snowpiercer as Philosophy: The danger to humanity." The Palgrave Handbook of Popular Culture as Philosophy 2022. Accessed 11 Jan. 2024. <>.   
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McCarthy, Mark. "The Emergence of the Lost Apocalypse from 28 Days Later to Snowpiercer." The Last Midnight. Essays on Apocalyptic Narratives in Millennial Media. Eds. Leisa A. Clark, Amanda Firestone and Mary F. Pharr. Critical Explorations in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Jefferson: McFarland, 2016. 69–78.   
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Mehrbrey, Sophie. "»We’re all haunted by our choices« – die Verhandlung ethischer Leitlinien in Snowpiercer." Zeitschrift für Fantastikforschung 10. (2022): 1–25.   
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Wilson, Rob. "Snowpiercer as Anthropoetics: Killer capitalism, the anthropocene, korean-global film." boundary 2 46. (2019): 199–218.   
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