...at "The Feminine Gaze in Notorious and The Paradine Case
" by Elizabeth Abele, an analysis I found via this page
on Pre-Raphaelite women, the male gaze, and the work of poet and painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti
. I gazed at Daniel Chandler's "Notes on The Gaze
" for quite some time as well.
Thanks B, an interesting post. This comment intrigues me: "Women watch themselves being looked at’" (Berger 1972, 45, 47).
What I'm wondering is, have we had much of a choice about it?
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