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Unformatted text preview: glossing their tales moral as see people for who they are instead of be grateful and do your duty by marrying for your fathers benefit. Does Beaumonts heroine fundamentally alter her Beastly lovers behavior? How?/Why not? Give an example or two to support your reasoning. Steeves reading of Beauty and the Beast is unconventional, to say the least, and for most of you, the instinctive reaction will be to reject everything he says as outrageous and unthinkable. However, Steeves is aware of this and is, by his sheer outrageousness (literally, provoking outrage), hes trying to make you think about/from an anti-conventional point of view. Bearing in mind that he is writing out of the queer theory movement described by Pilcher and Whelehan, find at least one argument in his paper that you find persuasive. Paraphrase or quote it, and explain why you think it is compelling....
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course ENGL 20118 taught by Professor Weeks during the Fall '08 term at Notre Dame.
- Fall '08