A Sister Carrie Portfolio

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Publisher: Univ of Virginia Pr (November 1985)

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No- table twentieth-century gothic works by women include Toni Morrison's Beloved (1987); Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca (1938), a retelling of Jane Eyre; Anne Rice's vampire series; Angela Carter's The Bloody Chamber, and Other Stories (1979); Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House (1959); Margaret Atwood's poetry and novels such as The Blind Assassin (2000) and Lady Oracle (1976); and Joyce Carol Oates's short fiction as well as novels like Belle/leur (1980) The Half Sisters (The World's Classics). It’s been a banner summer for the literary novel that assays relationships between men and women The Dangers of Mistletoe. This erotic com- ponent of the "alien women" cycle became especially overt in exploitation Bronte Sisters movies such as Zeta One (1969), Toomor- row [sic] (1970), The Sexplorer (1975), and Lifeforce (1985), in which alien femmes fatales either seduced earthmen or kid- napped them as studs to repopulate their dying planets Sweet As Honey (The Honeybee Sisters). Her friend, in contrast, sees her body as the enemy that threatens her intellectual career. Even in the secular world, women are often pathologically divided, according to authors such as Goldstein. After writing several novels and short story collections not so directly focused on Jewish themes, Goldstein returned to the theme of Jewish women’s identity as women and as Jews in her multigenerational saga Mazel (1995) Girls of Summer. The first steps toward more positive portrayals came in early feminist Uto- pias, such as Charlotte Perkins Gil- man's Herland (1915), which is set in a culture in which only women exist. Although the women of Herland repro- duce parthenogenetically, the portrayal of competent, complex, and interesting societies composed entirely of women began to leave a space for the expres- sion of lesbian identities Safe Harbor. Rider, 21, 34-35, 171 Hagio, Moto, 129 hagiography, in medieval literature, 5-6 Hagman, Larry, 136 Hairston, Andrea, 82, 199-200, 214 Halas, John, 104 Halas and Batchelor Animation, Ltd., 104 343 Women in Science Fiction and Fantasy Volume 1: Overviews Haldeman, Joe, 78, 181, 216 Half Magic (Eager), 35 Hall, Jennifer A., 83 Halloween films, 120 Halo (game), 163 Hambly, Barbara, 81, 282 Hamel, Meg, 298 Hamilton, Laurell K., 247-48 Hamilton, Peter, 176 Hamilton, Virginia, 78 "Hammer Horror" (song), 155 Hammett, Dashiell, 104 Hand, Elizabeth, 71, 83 Handmaid's Tale (Atwood), 81, 219 Hanke-Woods, Joan, 285 Hanks, Tom, 105 Hannigan, Alyson, 144 Hansen, L Dorothy (Peace in the Storm Publishing Presents). The cast also includes April Pearson (Skins, Tormented), Lucy Griffiths (BBC’s Robin Hood, True Blood), Derren Nesbiit (Where Eagles Dare, Flawless) and Amanda Piery (The Underwater Realm, City of Dreamers). Orion published Cally’s romantic comedy Home For Christmas in 2011 Edith and Winnifred Eaton: CHINATOWN MISSIONS AND JAPANESE ROMANCES (Asian American Experience). The period between 1940 and the mid-1960s was very much one of tran- sition for women in both the sciences and the SF community My Sister Life. Buffy originally debuted in a 1992 movie, but the final product was not what Whedon envisioned. Television offered Whedon more creative control and an opportunity to flesh out his char- acters as he attempted to recreate Buffy as an hour-long drama series. What fol- lowed was a television show starring Sarah Michelle Gellar as Buffy Summers the vampire slayer and leader of the "scooby gang."