Framed: Lesbians, Feminists, and Media Culture
In Framed, Judith Mayne, a respected critic whose reach extends from film, literature, and feminism to the culture at large, offers a sustained exploration of feminist approaches to film and mass culture, with a particular focus on how contradiction informs feminism in productive and challenging ways. Accessible and engaging, Framed will be of interest to anyone who enjoys investigating women's roles in the creation of mass culture. -- from back cover.
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