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Brides in red, white and blue: the politics of marriage in classical and revisionist westerns

Authors: Delanoë-Brun, Emmanuelle;

Brides in red, white and blue: the politics of marriage in classical and revisionist westerns

Abstract

Westerns are all about men, the definition of manhood, the making or unmaking of the American hero. And yet they are also very much about women. Not directly so, or at least very rarely: outside of William Wellman’s 1951 Westward the Women, Nicholas Ray’s 1954 Johnny Guitar, or a a handful of Barbara Stanwyck vehicles obsessed with the fear of virile, willful women in the conservative 50s, women seldom occupy center stage in classical westerns, where they are generally relegated to the pride ...

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History, [SHS.LITT]Humanities and Social Sciences/Literature, amérindien, HB, histoire et culture, [SHS.ART]Humanities and Social Sciences/Art and art history, conquête et révisionnisme, [SHS.GENRE] Humanities and Social Sciences/Gender studies, Western et culture, histoire et vainqueur, [SHS.LITT] Humanities and Social Sciences/Literature, culture américaine, HIS000000, [SHS.ART] Humanities and Social Sciences/Art and art history, rêve américain, révisionnisme, [SHS.GENRE]Humanities and Social Sciences/Gender studies

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