Classics and Trash: Traditions and Taboos in High Literature and Popular Modern Genres
University of Toronto Press, 1990 - Počet stran: 219
The book begins by surveying the traditions and taboos governing the portrayal of heroes and villains in 'high literature' and popular genres alike. The second section compares portrayals of talented women and their 'Svengali'. The third section treats the influence of Shakespeare on popular stage-shows and films.
High literature and popular genres
The unAmerican villain and the allAmerican mans
What do women really want? The ladies man and
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