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Lori Morimoto <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 5 Jun 2012 08:30:53 -0400
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Bearing in mind that 50 Shades of Grey was ?adapted? from Twilight fan fiction, it might be worth looking at fan fiction that plays out the gothic dynamic; for example, the Snape/Harry pairing in HP fan fiction is rife with Mr. Rochester/Jane scenarios, for example (i.e.: "as the wind behaves" at AO3 )

Lori Morimoto

On Jun 4, 2012, at 12:10 PM, Larsson, Donald F wrote:

> Wouldn't the TWILIGHT series (and many related vampire-theme works of better quality, including HBO's TRUE BLOOD) fall into this category?
> The film rights to the best-seller 50 SHADES OF GREY have been optioned, but no film per se for a while.
> Don Larsson
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> Subject: [SCREEN-L] the "female gothic"
> one inflection of the "female gothic," in which the young heroine falls in with - or in love with - an attractive but menacing and mysterious man, has been extensively analyzed by feminist critics who use it as a way of exploring female subjectivity . . . films in this genre became very popular in the forties, although its cinematic ancestors go back at least as far as hitchcock's 1926 LODGER . . .
> but i'm having trouble [no doubt a memory lapse] thinking of more contemporary films that might fall into this category . . . since i want to use these films in a course, in which students consider anything released before last thursday as ancient history that has nothing to do with their own much more enlightened world, i'd welcome suggestions for VERY recent films that i might use
> thanks in advance for any suggestions
> mike
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