Feminism and Film Theory

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Constance Penley
Psychology Press, 1988 - Performing Arts - 271 pages
First published in 1988. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
1
British Film Institute publication 1975
23
The Place of Woman in the Cinema of Raoul Walsh
25
Critical Strategies
36
Approaching the Work of Dorothy Arzner
46
Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema
57
Afterthoughts on Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema
69
Rereading the Work of Claire Johnston
80
The Popular Film as a Progressive Texta Discussion of Coma
104
Paranoia and the Film System
141
Enunciation and Sexual Difference
159
Summer 1979
184
Interview with Raymond
186
The Inscription of Femininity as Absence
196
Filming the Female Body
216
The Cinema of Lol V Stein
244

Feminine Discourse in Christopher Strong
89

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