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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Älskande par ur två kvinnors perspektiv - En jämförelse mellan Agnes von Krusenstjernas bok och Mai Zetterlings film

Marthinsen, Lina January 2008 (has links)
In this essay I will make a comarison between Agnes von Krusenstjernas book (1934) and Mai Zetterlings film (1964), both titled ”Älskande par”. I will do this based on theories about queerness in film, comparing movies to the literature they are based on and intersectionality. I will also use Mariah Larssons book Skenet som bedrog (2006) about Mai Zetterling and Larssons analysis of the film “Älskande par”.
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Älskande par ur två kvinnors perspektiv - En jämförelse mellan Agnes von Krusenstjernas bok och Mai Zetterlings film

Marthinsen, Lina January 2008 (has links)
<p>In this essay I will make a comarison between Agnes von Krusenstjernas book (1934) and Mai Zetterlings film (1964), both titled ”Älskande par”. I will do this based on theories about queerness in film, comparing movies to the literature they are based on and intersectionality. I will also use Mariah Larssons book Skenet som bedrog (2006) about Mai Zetterling and Larssons analysis of the film “Älskande par”.</p>
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"Jag är ju allt, egentligen." : En kritisk studie av könstillhörighetens relevans för framställningen av Mai Zetterling som auteur / “I’m everything, really.” : A critical study of the relevance of gender specificity in dealings with Mai Zetterling as an auteur

Tomani, Ebba January 2015 (has links)
This essay deals with the idea of women as the ”the other sex” within the field of authorship, and aims to bring to together feminist, film and auteur theory with analysis of historic documentations of reception as well as context for academic treatments of Mai Zetterling as an auteur/director. This, in attempt to, through intertwined discussion, catch a glimpse of better understanding how gender specificity may have influenced and continue to influnce perceptions of auteurs of female gender and their works, yet keeping focus on the case of Mai Zetterling and hers in specific.

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