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Abstract: In the twelve years between 1895 and 1907 that he spent on the stage, Griffith wrote his most nakedly autobiographical work.
The plays, letters, and poems that survive come from a deeply troubled would-be artist ashamed of his rural poverty, haunted
by his father, and afraid of women. His early experience in the theatre generally aggravated those troubles. His films enabled
him to control, redirect, and sublimate his obsessions.
Abstract: Conceived within the framework of a shared aesthetic sensibility--masculine, European, modernist--the "amoral women" evoked
in "Pandora's Box, The Blue Angel," and "Jules and Jim" are "free" to express their femininity absolutely; yet this self-expression
becomes the terrifying measure of the sexism which had denied each of them a unified sense of identity.
Noel Burch, Annette Michelson