Write an academic essay, applying three different theories from the chapter 1 to determine the likely origins of a personal monster that frightened you during your youth. Be sure to provide your readers with enough details to picture your monster and understand how and why it frightened you. Also, be sure to provide enough textual evidence from Monsters to support your claims regarding what your chosen theories indicate about the origins of your monster. Finally, be sure to distinguish between your ideas and those of other writers, to indicate any use of other writers’ language, and to document where such ideas or language comes from. I will be using the monster of a clown, comparing and contrasting the clown from “IT” to my own monster (feel free to use your imagination on how you might picture it). Here is a theory I’d like to use within the paper:”Queer theory” investigates how the physical body becomes part of the monster narrative, forcing the reader to examine his or her own assumptions about monsters, victims, sexuality, and gender itself.