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Feminism and Film Paperback – 19 Mar 1997
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Professor of Cultural Studies, University of East London
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Giv'em an inch they take a mile
on 30 October 2011 - Published on Amazon.com
I always find it interesting to know what the other side is thinking. Apparently these 'feminist' women, as if all women weren't feminist, and all men weren't masculinist - it appears that these women don't like the fact that they are objects to be admired by men. Well I certainly do see their point. But if you want to change biology try enlisting or insisting that there'd be a draft for women, dainty or not, we like to see some women, get their teeth knocked out, and lose their limbs, as men do. Not that I go to war. If you want art, suffer for it, if you have a problem with perceptions, fight clean. This book is written well, and shows how words and ideas can be twisted to fit a feminist agenda.
One GREAT chapter on Orlando, but the rest is not so good.
on 26 May 1999 - Published on Amazon.com
Maggie Humm's book makes an important contribution on feminism and postmodernism in her wonderful chapter on ORLANDO. It is smart, insightful, and will spark great conversation in the classroom. However, the rest of her book reads like a dissertation needing revision. I taught the book in a class on sexuality and gender in film--hoping it would be effective for looking at feminism and film, as its title suggest--but I found it only marginally useful and not very readable.
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