Tag: T.S.J. Harling

Clever Girl: A Feminist Interpretation of Jurassic Park

There is no unauthorised breeding in Jurassic Park Lurking away under the surface of the well-loved roller-coaster ride that is the brilliant Jurassic Park (1993) film, lies a recurrent phobia of something even more frightening than giant pre-historic predatory dinosaurs: feminism. The film is dense with references to the female body and, more specifically, controlled

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FICTION: The Best Blue by T.S.J. Harling

It takes the edge off, that third glass of Sauvignon, and I’m starting to warm up a little, finally relaxing a bit. Of course it helped when I had that hour at home after: the gallery wouldn’t open for me until two the gallery closed between five and seven the manager turned up late the

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