hollywood heroines: women in film Noir and the female Gothic film

@article{Mcnally2010hollywoodHW,
  title={hollywood heroines: women in film Noir and the female Gothic film},
  author={K. Mcnally},
  journal={Feminist Review},
  year={2010},
  volume={94},
  pages={166-168}
}
and as such entered the art world as a visual icon of Pop Art. This appropriation of the pin-up was not necessarily feminist, nor critical of commercial contexts. Yet such critique became a possibility during the following decade, through the development of countercultural civil rights activism, as well as critical art installation and performance practices. At the same time, a second wave of feminism developed that put the fight for sexual freedom high on the agenda. 
The Fall and Television Noir
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