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Kitchen Sink, or the postmodern Prometheus: Alison Maclean's reimagining of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein via the cinematic horror genre

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Kitchen Sink imaginatively combines traditional horror film conventions with images of stereotypically feminine domesticity in order to create a postmodern reimagining of Mary Shelly's Frankenstein. Through this, I argue, the film posits what Frankenstein might have been if Shelly had told it today, from a woman's perspective.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2012-01-01

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