Jeffers McDonald, Tamar E. L.
Performances of desire and inexperience: Doris Day’s fluctuating filmic virginity.
In: Jeffers McDonald, Tamar E. L., ed.
Virgin Territory: Representing Sexual Innocence in Film.
Contemporary Approaches to Film and Television Series
Wayne State University Press, Detroit, USA, pp. 103-122.
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||Nominated for Society for Cinema and Media Studies prize for best edited collection, 2010 and the Michael Nelson Book Award of the International Association for Media and History, 2010.
||Virginity; representations of sexuality in film; Hays Code; Hollywood cinema; French cinema; feminism; mise-en-scene; sexuality; Fifties cinema; stardom; Doris Day; Elizabeth Taylor; 'The 40 Year Old Virgin'; genre; gender
||P Language and Literature > PB Modern European Languages (inc film, TV and radio studies) > PB2994 Film Studies
||Faculties > Humanities > School of Arts > Film
Tamar Jeffers McDonald
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