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Title Dracula's daughters : the female vampire on film / edited by Douglas Brode and Leah Deyneka.
Publication Lanham : The Scarecrow Press, Inc., [2014]
Description 1 online resource.
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Note Includes index.
Contents Introduction: "Lamia and Lilith live!" (or at least are un-dead) / Douglas Brode -- The lesbian vampire film: a subgenre of horror / Andrea Weiss -- Sans fangs: Theda Bara, A fool there was, and the cinematic vamp / Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock -- Alienation, essentialism, and existentialism through technique: an analysis of set design, lighting, costume, and music in Dracula's daughter and Nadja / Paige A. Willson, Melissa Ursula Dawn Goldsmith, and Anthony J. Fonseca -- A beautiful life of evil and hate: the vampire-witch in Mario Bava's Black sunday / Lindsay Hallam -- Blood and roses (1960): realizing the Vision of Carmilla / Lauren Strong -- Soft focus, sharp knives: the projection of vampiric fantasy in Jess Franco's Succubus / Jack W. Shear -- Heritage of hammer: Carmilla Karnstein and the Sisterhood of Satan / Douglas Brode -- "Your tale merely confirms that women are mad and vain": the uncanny rendering of Countess Elizabeth Báthory's life as vampire legend / Janet S. Robinson -- The dangers of innocence: an analysis of film representations of female vampire children / Alexis Finnerty -- The women of Dracula films: brides, daughters, and fierce opponents / Carol A. Senf -- Narratives of race and gender: Black vampires in U.S. film / Giselle Liza Anatol -- Daughters of darkness: vampire aesthetics and gothic beauty / Brigid Cherry -- The sick rose: rabid and the female science vampire / Aalya Ahmad and Murray Leeder -- "You said forever": postmodern temporality in Tony Scott's The hunger / Kendall R. Phillips -- Liberating the vampire, but not the woman: Kathryn Bigelow's Near dark (1987) / Cynthia J. Miller -- Dracula's postfeminist daughters in the twenty-first century / Victoria Amador.
Note Description based on print version record.
Subject Vampire films -- History and criticism.
Women in motion pictures.
Lesbianism in motion pictures.
Lesbianism in motion pictures. (OCoLC)fst00996538
Vampire films. (OCoLC)fst01163964
Women in motion pictures. (OCoLC)fst01177931
Genre Electronic books.
Criticism, interpretation, etc. (OCoLC)fst01411635
Addl. Author Brode, Douglas, 1943-
Deyneka, Leah, 1971-
OverDrive, Inc.
Related To Print version: Dracula's daughters 9780810892958 (DLC) 2013038343 (OCoLC)859557857
ISBN 9780810892965 (electronic bk.)
0810892960 (electronic bk.)

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