Weird Lullabies : Mothers and Daughters in Contemporary Film. / Jay, Betty.

Oxford : Peter Lang, 2008. 225 p.

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Weird Lullabies : Mothers and Daughters in Contemporary Film. / Jay, Betty.

Oxford : Peter Lang, 2008. 225 p.

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title = "Weird Lullabies: Mothers and Daughters in Contemporary Film",
abstract = "This book focuses on the mother-daughter relationship as it features in a number of films from the 1990s onwards. Bringing the insights of psychoanlysis to bear on a range of representations of the mother-daughter dynamic it addresses questions related to the historical and cultural conditions which go to inform the female experience. The films that go to make up this study all share a central concern with both the literal and symbolic forms that the mother-daughter relationship encompasses.",
keywords = "mother-daughter, cinema, psychoanlysis, feminism",
author = "Betty Jay",
year = "2008",
language = "English",
isbn = "978-3-03911-839-7",
publisher = "Peter Lang",

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