Archive for: Laura Mulvey

Gazing At Wonder Woman

Philip Sandifer’s “A Golden Thread” and Laura Mulvey’s gaze theory.

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The Master and John Malkovich

Pulling the strings in Being John Malkovich

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On Second Thought, I Really Don’t Like Wonder Woman, Part 2

Wonder Woman: less feminist than Camille Paglia and Sharon Stone

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On Second Thought, I Really Don’t Like Wonder Woman, Part 1

Marston/Peter had a fascist vision.

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Wonder Woman vs. Wonder Woman

It’s her virtue that gets me down, just as her good deeds land her in aircrafts that plummet and boats that sink.

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Reading Between the Lines: The Subversion of Authority in Two Graphic Novels for Young Adults by Ariel Kahn

Gaze, authority, and children in Salem Brownstone and Skim

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Moto Hagio: Who Watches the Watchwoman?

This is I think my penultimate post about the Moto Hagio’s collection of stories A Drunken Dream. You can read the whole series here. _________________ Drunken Dream concludes with two entirely forgettable sentimental ghost stories: “The Child Who Comes Home” and “The Willow Tree.” Both exploit familial grief — respectively, dead child and dead mother […]

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