Authority and Transgression in Literature and Film
Bonnie Braendlin, Hans P. Braendlin
University Press of Florida, 1996 - Literary Criticism - 170 pages
Well-known scholars in the fields of literature and film address the issues of authority and transgression as sociocultural phenomena, discussing such topics as male and female sexuality, socioeconomic formations, history and myth, the relative power of fictionality, genre, canon formation, cinematic conventions, and conventions of academic discourse.
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