Masculine jealousy and contemporary cinema / Candida Yates | National Library of Australia
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This book provides new insights into the relationship between masculinity and jealousy through the study of representations of male jealousy in contemporary Hollywood cinema. About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information.
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Masculine Jealousy and Contemporary Cinema
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