The Humanities Culture, Continuity & Change SECOND EDITION Henry M. Sayre OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY VOLUME I PREHISTORY TO 1600 ISBN 0-558-78775-4 Prentice Hall Boston Columbus Indianapolis New York San Francisco Upper Saddle River Amsterdam Cape Town Dubai London Madrid Milan Munich Paris Montréal Toronto Delhi Mexico City São Paulo Sydney Hong Kong Seoul Singapore Taipei Tokyo The Humanities: Culture, Continuity & Change, Volume I: Prehistory to 1600, Second Edition, by Henry M.
THEORISTS Since it began in the 1970s, feminist ﬁlm theory has revolutionized the way that ﬁlms and their spectators can be understood. This book focuses on the groundbreaking work of Laura Mulvey, Kaja Silverman, Teresa de Lauretis, and Barbara Creed. Each of these thinkers has opened up a new and distinctive approach to the study of ﬁlm and this book provides the most detailed account so far of their ideas. It illuminates the following six key concepts and demonstrates their value as tools for
the author's _History of English Literature_, the favor with which it has been received in all parts of the United States, and the number of earnest requests for a _History of American Literature_ on the same plan, have led to the writing of this book. It has not appeared sooner because the author has followed his rule of making a careful first-hand study, not only of all the matter discussed, but also of a far greater amount, which, although it must be omitted from a condensed textbook, is,
[pic] |[pic] | | Pygmalion Society and Class Quotes How we cite the quotes: Citations follow this format: (Act.Line). Every time a character talks counts as one line, even if what they say turns into a long monologue. |THE FLOWER GIRL. [She is no doubt as clean as she can afford to be; but compared to the ladies she is very dirty. Her features are no worse than theirs; but their | |condition leaves something to be desired; and she needs the services of a dentist]. (1.29)