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Quiz on Modleski and Barthes 1. In the essay, “From The Women Who Knew Too Much: Hitchcock and Feminist Theory,” she takes a negative approach in examining the idea that female roles in Hitchcock films, as he was seemingly obsessed with the idea of having women tormented in his films. She believes people could find great bliss seeing a viewing through anger. Sexual violence was considered the feminist view of blackmail. Modleski states, “two Hitchcock films that support her theory are films “cut to the measure of mail desire-tailored, that is, to the fear and fantasies of the male specter, who because of the continuation of castration posed by the women’s image, needs to see her fetishized and controlled in the course of the narrative.” 2. The concept of ‘imaginary wholeness’ stems from the restoration of the male psyche though the loss of female anatomy. Modleski explains how to not only Lars Thorwald’s jokes of

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