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"A zoo of lusts...a harem of fondled hatreds": Interrogating sexual violence against women in film, 1915--2003
This dissertation, which takes the first part of its title from the musings of C.S. Lewis, discusses the subject of rape in classic and contemporary Hollywood cinema--yesterday and today, i.e., from 1915 to 2003--in which ...
Psychoanalysis, race, and sexual difference in Renaissance literature: The case of three Shakespeare plays, "Othello", "The Merchant of Venice", and "The Tempest"
This dissertation explores the notion of race through sexual difference in the realm of the Renaissance with an analysis of Shakespeare's three plays, Othello, The Merchant of Venice , and The Tempest . My introductory ...