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"Patriarchal Politics in Fatal Attraction" by Liahna
Babener discusses the films reaffirmation of
old-fashioned romance and domesticity. Babener deals
extensively with the Glenn Close character. It might
be something you could use.


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> i have a sense that lots of feminist oriented
> criticism has
> been leveled at FATAL ATTRACTION, but in searching
> for
> specific examples that actually discuss the film --
> rather than
> merely mention it as evidence  in the development of
> some
> larger argument ? i've so far come up blank
>
> does anybody know of any more or less extended
> treatment
> of this film from a feminist  p.o.v.??
>
> thanks
>
> mike
>
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Debbie Olson
English Dept.
Central Washington Univ.
509-963-1539
"Vision is the art of
seeing things invisible."
    Jonathan Swift

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