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Virginia Wright Wexman
Abstract: For many critics, Propp has become the Aristotle of film narratology; yet his influence has come at the cost of serious misunderstandings.
This essay illustrates and attempts to clarify some of them.
Abstract: This essay explores the effects of industry censorship through an examination of the evolution of the script for Josef von
Sternberg's "Blonde Venus". It relates censorship logic to particular formations of gender and family roles.
Abstract: This essay identifies a "hom(m)o-sexual logic operative in "Kiss Me Deadly", equating the elusive box of radioactive material
in the film with the phallus of Lacanian psychoanalysis. In their search for the "great whatzit" the film's protagonists dramatize
and radically critique dominant culture's demand for exclusive heterosexuality.
Mirella Jona Affron