The Feminine Hero by Nathanael Devlin
The Feminine Hero
The Modern Versions Are Neither Feminine nor Heroic
As it was for many others who grew up in the late 1970s and early 1980s, the Star Wars saga was firmly established within my young imagination. I've come to cherish—with youthful bias—the original trilogy of movies, holding a presumptive disdain for the heavily CGI'd prequels and a guarded optimism about the direction of the franchise under the ownership of Disney an
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