The Reader as Peeping Tom: Nonreciprocal Gazing in Narrative Fiction and Film
Subjects (LCSH):Voyeurism in literature
Voyeurism in motion pictures
Fiction -- History and criticism
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Series/Report no.:Theory and interpretation of narrative series
Nathaniel Hawthorne's The scarlet letter and the paradoxes of privacy -- Seeing is believing: power and the gaze in Charles Dickens's The adventures of Oliver Twist -- The voyeur and the imperial gaze: Herman Melville's Typee -- Turning people into characters: Henry James's "In the cage" -- The politics of looking in/at Alfred Hitchcock's Rear window -- Can you guess how you'd look? Michael Powell's Peeping Tom -- What's bugging Harry? Francis Ford Coppola's The conversation -- Conclusion.
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