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Becoming : genre, queerness, and transformation in NBC's Hannibal

Author: Kavita Mudan Finn; E J Nielsen
Publisher: Syracuse, New York : Syracuse University Press, 2019. ©2019
Series: Television and popular culture.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats

Explores questions of authorship and audience response as well as themes of horror, gore, cannibalism, queerness, and transformation in the the NBC series Hannibal. Contributors also address  Read more...


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Syracuse, New York : Syracuse University Press, 2019
(DLC) 2019014696
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kavita Mudan Finn; E J Nielsen
ISBN: 9780815636182 0815636180 9780815636366 0815636369
OCLC Number: 1078886045
Description: xiii, 321 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: a love crime / Kavita Mudan Finn and EJ Nielsen --
The Hannibalization of America: The Cannibal gourmet as Promethean gift giver / Andrew Owen and Leanne Havis --
Hannibal Lecter's monstrous return: The horror of seriality in Bryan Fuller's Hannibal / Jessica Balanzategui, Naja Later, and Tara Lomax --
"Adapt. Evolve. Become.": queering Red Dragon in Bryan Fuller's Hannibal / Ellie Lewerenz --
Monstrous masculinities in gothic romance: Will Graham, Jane Eyre, and Caleb Williams / Evan Hayles Gledhill --
"Whispering through the Chrysalis": Hannibal Lecter and the poetics of mentorship / Gabriel A. Rieger --
The great Red Dragon: Francis Dolarhyde and queer readings of Skin / Evelyn Deshane --
Hannibal and the cannibal: tracking colonial imaginaries / Samira Nadkarni and Rukmini Pande --
Bedelia Du Maurier: Hannibal's femme fatale and Final Girl / Kara M. French --
"Some lazy psychiatry, Dr. Lecter": teacups, narrative, and Hannibal's critique of psychoanalysis / Karen Felts --
"Do you see?": clues, reasoning, and connoisseurship / Michelle D. Miranda --
Fannibals are still hungry: feeding Hannibal and other series companion cookbooks as immersive fan experience / Amanda Ewoldt --
Hannibal: adaptation and authorship in the age of fan production / Lori Morimoto --
Rei(g)ning Lecter: an interview with series writer Nick Antosca on Hannibal / Matthew Sorrento --
Appendix: Hannibal episodes.
Series Title: Television and popular culture.
Responsibility: edited by Kavita Mudan Finn and EJ Nielsen ; with a foreword by Janice Poon.


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