2 edition of Characters of women in narrative literature found in the catalog.
Characters of women in narrative literature
Keith M. May
Bibliography, p176-178. - Includes index.
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Keywords. English literature literature Narrative women. Bibliographic information. DOI https. Creative myths --The eighteenth century --The early nineteenth century --The later nineteenth century --New women --Virginia Woolf and her contemporaries --Creative evolution.
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In narrative cinema, the male gaze usually displays the female character (woman, girl, child) on two levels of eroticism: (i) as an erotic object of desire for the characters in the filmed story; and (ii) as an erotic object of desire for the male viewer (spectator) of the filmed story.
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