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Echo and Narcissus: women's voices in classical Hollywood cinema

'Do women in classical Hollywood cinema ever truly speak for themselves? In Echo and Narcissus , Amy Lawrence examines eight classic films to show how women's speech is repeatedly constructed as a "problem," an affront to male authority. This book expands feminist studies of the representation of women in film, enabling us to see individual films in new ways, and to ask new questions of other films.Using Sadie Thompson (1928), Blackmail (1929),...

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Richard Feilden
Richard Feilden (Faculty)
4 years ago
This book is still sold by UC Press. Is it actually open for use?
Cathy Swift
Cathy Swift (Administrator)
4 years ago
It's still available for free if you follow the link to it.