The Cinematic Shrews of Teen Comedy: Gendering Shakespeare in Twentieth-Century Film

March 1, 2009

[1] The discourse of feminism since at least the last two decades of the twentieth century has had to combat repeatedly questions of “conformity” and “happiness”: if feminism must work against patriarchy, must women reject, in full, every aspect of traditional femininity and domesticity, even heterosexual intimacy? if the feminist... Read more »