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Why do bridges in Star Wars never have railings?
THE FOLLOWING THINK-PIECE IS FULL OF SPOILERS FOR STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS. YOU REALLY SHOULD HAVE GONE TO SEE IT BY NOW. READ AT YOUR OWN PERIL. OR, BETTER YET, JUST TRY WALKING ACROSS A BRIDGE TOWARDS A MAN … Continue reading
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“There’s No Getting Away From It If You’re Irish”: Gender, The Irish Diaspora, and Gone With The Wind
It might be the most famous rejection in literary history. Aware too late that she has made a horrible mistake for the past dozen years, Scarlett O’Hara Hamilton Kennedy Butler runs through the mist to tell Rhett that she loves … Continue reading
Posted in Culture, Gender, Gone With The Wind, Irish Diaspora, Land, masculinities, The Empire Strikes Back Tagged American Civil War, crisis of masculinity, ethnicity, feminism, frankly my dear, Gerald O'Hara, Gone With The Wind, Han Solo, Irish Catholicism, irish diaspora, literature, manliness, Margaret Mitchell, masculinities, Princess Leia, Reconstruction, Rhett Butler, Scarlett O'Hara, star wars, Tara, The Empire Strikes Back Leave a comment