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A REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY MEDIA

Notes

1. See recent books by Kathrina Glitre, Leger Grindon, and Celestino Deleyto.
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2. See the character of Skyler in Breaking Bad (2008-2013).

3. See Wagner, Kristen Anderson. “Pie Queen and Virtuous Vamps: The Funny Women of the Silent Screen.” A Companion to Film Comedy. Edited by Andrew Horton and Joanna E. Rapf. Wiley-Blackwell, 2013, pp. 39-60.

4 .“Theodora Goes Wild.” Motion Picture Herald, 14 Nov. 1936, p. 58. http://lantern.mediahist.org/catalog/motionpictureher125unse_0166
“‘Theodora Goes Wild’ with Irene Dunne and Melvyn Douglass [sic].” Harrison’s Reports, 21 Nov. 1936, p. 186. http://www.archive.org/stream/harrisonsreports18harr - page/n217/mode/2up/search/theodora+goes+wild+audience

5.Wagner, Kristen Anderson. “Pie Queen and Virtuous Vamps: The Funny Women of the Silent Screen.” A Companion to Film Comedy. Edited by Andrew Horton and Joanna E. Rapf. Wiley-Blackwell, 2013, pp. 39-60.

6. Ross, Sara. "'Good Little Bad Girls': Controversy and the Flapper Comedienne." Film History: An International Journal 13.4 (2001): 409-23.

7. Frost, Laura. "Blondes Have More Fun: Anita Loos and the Language of Silent Cinema." Modernism/modernity, vol. 17 no. 2, 2010, pp. 291-311.

8. Hall, Mordaunt. "The Screen: An Elinor Glyn Story." The New York TImes, 7 Feb. 1927, p. 17.

9. Frye, Northup. “Historical Criticism: A Theory of Modes.” Anatomy of Criticism. Princeton University Press, 1957, pp. 33-70.

10. Karlyn, Kathleen Rowe. “Comedy, Melodrama, and Gender.” Classical Hollywood Comedy. Edited by Kristine Brunovska Karnick and Henry Jenkins. Routledge, 1995, pp. 39-39.

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