Barkai, Sigal. “Between the Joy of the Woman Castrator and the Silence of the Woman Victim: Following the Exhibition the Uncanny XX.” Sensational Pleasures in Cinema, Literature and Visual Culture. Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2014. 115-126.
This is a journal article that talks in detail about Feud’s theory and idea about “uncanny”. The article argues that uncanny is one of the stimulating psychoanalytical concepts formulated by Freud. The article is used to introduce the conceit of uncanny and helps in developing foundation for the argument of uncanny as embodied in the development of Bloodchild story
Lovelock, James, and Lynn Margulis. “The Gaia Hypothesis.” (2007).
The articles explain The Gaia Hypothesis as developed by Lovelock James and Lynn Margulis. Their hypothesis challenges the Darwinian argument of the survival for the fittest. Instead they argue that organism have symbiotic relationships among themselves. The article helps to explain the concept of interdependency as explain in the Bloodchild.