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Downton Abbey Script Book Season 3

Author : Julian Fellowes
ISBN : 9780062241382
Genre : Performing Arts
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Engross yourself in Julian Fellowes’ multi-award winning drama with the full script of Season Three, which includes previously unseen dialogue and drama as well as two 8-page color photo inserts. Downton Abbey fever is stronger than ever! The most successful British drama of our time continues to captivate viewers with its riveting storylines, stunning costumes, and unforgettable performances by its cast. With Downton Abbey’s script from Season Three—which was the most dramatic yet—fans can go behind-the-scenes to learn all of the secrets. Offering readers the opportunity to read the work in more detail and study the characters, pace and themes in depth, the scripts include an introduction, exclusive commentary, full color photos, and additional material from Julian Fellowes. Readers will be given invaluable insight into how Fellowes researched and crafted the amazing world of Downton Abbey. A must for lovers of Downtown Abbey, the scripts will enhance viewers’ experience with the award-winning show that continues to enchant its audience.

Exploring Downton Abbey

Author : Scott F. Stoddart
ISBN : 9780786476886
Genre : Drama
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The BBC television series Downton Abbey (2010-2016), highly rated in the UK, achieved cult status among American viewers, harking back to the days when serial dramas ruled the airwaves. The show's finale was one of the most watched in all of television history. This collection of new essays by British and American contributors explores how a series about life in an early 20th century English manor home resonated with American audiences. Topics include the role of the house in literature and film, the changing roles of women and the servant class, the influence of jazz and fashion, and attitudes regarding education and the class system.

Gender And Austerity In Popular Culture

Author : Helen Davies
ISBN : 9781786720924
Genre : Social Science
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From the gritty landscapes of The Hunger Games and The Walking Dead, to the portrayal of the twenty-first-century precariat in Girls, this book explores how transatlantic visual culture has represented and reconstructed ideas of gender in times of financial crisis. Drawing on social, cultural and feminist theory, these writers explore how men and women experience austerity differently and illuminate the problematic ways in which economic policy can shape how gender is presented in popular culture. Written from the perspective that the popular is indeed political, this book considers film, literature and television’s ideological attitudes towards race, sex and disability. It also takes into account how mass culture has responded to austerity in the past and the present, whilst examining the impact that feminism will have in the future.

Conflicting Masculinities

Author : Katherine Byrne
ISBN : 9781838608170
Genre : Performing Arts
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Never before has period drama offered viewers such an assortment of complex male characters, from transported felons and syphilitic detectives to shell shocked soldiers and gangland criminals. Neo-Victorian Gothic fictions like Penny Dreadful represent masculinity at its darkest, Poldark and Outlander have refashioned the romantic hero and anti-heritage series like Peaky Blinders portray masculinity in crisis, at moments when the patriarchy was being bombarded by forces like World War I, the rise of first wave feminism and the breakdown of Empire. Scholars of film, media, literature and history explore the very different types of maleness offered by contemporary television and show how the intersection of class, race, history and masculinity in period dramas has come to hold such broad appeal to twenty-first-century audiences.

Locating Queerness In The Media

Author : Jane Campbell
ISBN : 9781498549066
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Locating Queerness in the Media: A New Look examines how media images of the LGBTQ community create a universal consciousness about the existence of queer people, ranging from tragic and villainous to upbeat and courageous. In this book, contributors explore how our media world invites a tension that marginalizes the LGBTQ community. It examines what a queer sensibility means and how the queer community is creating new ways to study itself. Throughout the book, contributors explore specific media images that resonate throughout the media, casting the community in a particular manner. Ultimately, its goal is to promote an understanding of the LGBTQ community.

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