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Exploring Cinematic Narratives Through Feminist Lenses: Mulvey and the Hunger Games

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by Julien Coallier
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Exploring Cinematic Narratives Through Feminist Lenses: Mulvey and the Hunger Games by Julien Coallier

This essay uses Mulvey's feminist outlook to examine the movie Hunger Games, with a focus on her infamous work from 1975. The overall text promotes a pro-Freudian, pro-Mulvey view point in alignment to Mulvey's original approach. Concepts are approached using a Visual Arts consideration evaluation.

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Size: 494 KB
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9781312767133 (DRM-EPUB)

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