Tag Archives: the gaze

What Differentiates a ‘Chick Flick’ From a Guy Film?

It’s all about angles. Because the camera lens acts as your eye while watching a film, providing you a window to the world being presented on the screen in front of you, the camera eye has the power to frame … Continue reading

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Contact Zones in J. M. Coetzee’s “Waiting for the Barbarians”

     One of the most daunting tasks that literature of the Postmodern period undertakes is negotiating the relationship between the colonized and the colonizer. Postcolonial literatures attempt to apologize for the past, move forward into the future, while satisfying … Continue reading

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