Sisterhoods: Feminists in Film and Fiction
Pluto Press, Mar 1, 1998 - Art - 210 pages
This volume concentrates on portrayals of female relationships - communities, friends, lovers, sisters, daughters, mothers and enemies - and examines the ways in which the subject is positioned in different media for both male and female consumption.
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