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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.
PERFORMING ARTS / Reference.
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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