From Reverence to Rape: The Treatment of Women in the Movies

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For this edition of her classic study of the feminine role in film, Molly Haskell has written a new chapter addressing recent developments in the appearance and perception of women in the movies. "An incisive, exceedingly thoughtful look at the distorted lens through which Hollywood has historically viewed women. It is a valuable contribution not just of film criticism but to a society in which the vital role of women is just beginning to emerge."--"Christian Science Monitor" "Haskell is interested in women--how they are used in movies, how they use movies, and how the parts they play function as projections and verifications of our myths about women's lot and woman's psyche and even, lately, women's lib."--Jane Kramer, "Village Voice" "In examining the goddesses worshipped by an entire nation, Molly Haskell reveals a good deal about our national character and our most cherished sexual myths. . . . Concerned with the deeply ingrained belief of women's inferiority, she analyzes movies as a social product as well as a social arbiter, and she effectively demonstrates how women are encouraged to impose limitations on themselves by fashioning those selves after flickering shadows in a darkened auditorium--sexual creatures who possess neither ability nor ambition beyond their bodies. . . . Both as an examination of film and as sociology, "From Reverence to Rape" is excellent."--Harriet Kriegel, "The Nation"

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Descripción The University of Chicago Press. Paperback. Estado de conservación: new. BRAND NEW, From Reverence to Rape: Treatment of Women in the Movies (2nd Revised edition), Molly Haskell, For this edition of her classic study of the feminine role in film, Molly Haskell has written a new chapter addressing recent developments in the appearance and perception of women in the movies. "An incisive, exceedingly thoughtful look at the distorted lens through which Hollywood has historically viewed women. It is a valuable contribution not just of film criticism but to a society in which the vital role of women is just beginning to emerge." "Christian Science Monitor" "Haskell is interested in women how they are used in movies, how they use movies, and how the parts they play function as projections and verifications of our myths about women's lot and woman's psyche and even, lately, women's lib." Jane Kramer, "Village Voice" "In examining the goddesses worshipped by an entire nation, Molly Haskell reveals a good deal about our national character and our most cherished sexual myths. . . . Concerned with the deeply ingrained belief of women's inferiority, she analyzes movies as a social product as well as a social arbiter, and she effectively demonstrates how women are encouraged to impose limitations on themselves by fashioning those selves after flickering shadows in a darkened auditorium sexual creatures who possess neither ability nor ambition beyond their bodies. . . . Both as an examination of film and as sociology, "From Reverence to Rape" is excellent." Harriet Kriegel, "The Nation"". Nº de ref. de la librería B9780226318851

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Descripción The University of Chicago Press, United States, 1987. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 2nd Revised edition. 193 x 127 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. For this edition of her classic study of the feminine role in film, Molly Haskell has written a new chapter addressing recent developments in the appearance and perception of women in the movies. An incisive, exceedingly thoughtful look at the distorted lens through which Hollywood has historically viewed women. It is a valuable contribution not just of film criticism but to a society in which the vital role of women is just beginning to emerge. Christian Science Monitor Haskell is interested in women how they are used in movies, how they use movies, and how the parts they play function as projections and verifications of our myths about women s lot and woman s psyche and even, lately, women s lib. Jane Kramer, Village Voice In examining the goddesses worshipped by an entire nation, Molly Haskell reveals a good deal about our national character and our most cherished sexual myths. . . . Concerned with the deeply ingrained belief of women s inferiority, she analyzes movies as a social product as well as a social arbiter, and she effectively demonstrates how women are encouraged to impose limitations on themselves by fashioning those selves after flickering shadows in a darkened auditorium sexual creatures who possess neither ability nor ambition beyond their bodies. . . . Both as an examination of film and as sociology, From Reverence to Rape is excellent. Harriet Kriegel, The Nation. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9780226318851

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Descripción University Of Chicago Press. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Paperback. 444 pages. Dimensions: 7.6in. x 5.0in. x 1.0in.For this edition of her classic study of the feminine role in film, Molly Haskell has written a new chapter addressing recent developments in the appearance and perception of women in the movies. An incisive, exceedingly thoughtful look at the distorted lens through which Hollywood has historically viewed women. It is a valuable contribution not just of film criticism but to a society in which the vital role of women is just beginning to emerge. Christian Science MonitorHaskell is interested in womenhow they are used in movies, how they use movies, and how the parts they play function as projections and verifications of our myths about womens lot and womans psyche and even, lately, womens lib. Jane Kramer, Village VoiceIn examining the goddesses worshipped by an entire nation, Molly Haskell reveals a good deal about our national character and our most cherished sexual myths. . . . Concerned with the deeply ingrained belief of womens inferiority, she analyzes movies as a social product as well as a social arbiter, and she effectively demonstrates how women are encouraged to impose limitations on themselves by fashioning those selves after flickering shadows in a darkened auditoriumsexual creatures who possess neither ability nor ambition beyond their bodies. . . . Both as an examination of film and as sociology, From Reverence to Rape is excellent. Harriet Kriegel, The Nation This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780226318851

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