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Family therapy: Harold Ramis' Analyze This and the evolution of the gangster

Family therapy: Harold Ramis' Analyze This and the evolution of the gangster
Family therapy: Harold Ramis' Analyze This and the evolution of the gangster
Through an understanding of the dynamics of gender and ethnicity at the heart of the comedy of Analyze This, this chapter considers a change of fundamental importance in the generic character of the gangster. This change regards his change from a tragic anti-hero and into a domestic figure.
Gangster, Mafia, stereotype, nostalgia
University of Toronto Press
Bayman, Louis
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Renga, Dana
Bayman, Louis
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Renga, Dana

Bayman, Louis (2018) Family therapy: Harold Ramis' Analyze This and the evolution of the gangster. In, Renga, Dana (ed.) Mafia Movies. 2nd ed. University of Toronto Press. , (In Press)

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Abstract

Through an understanding of the dynamics of gender and ethnicity at the heart of the comedy of Analyze This, this chapter considers a change of fundamental importance in the generic character of the gangster. This change regards his change from a tragic anti-hero and into a domestic figure.

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Accepted/In Press date: 2018
Keywords: Gangster, Mafia, stereotype, nostalgia

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Local EPrints ID: 417798
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/417798
PURE UUID: af86295f-40d2-4441-8b30-0628cdc4a7cd

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Date deposited: 14 Feb 2018 17:30
Last modified: 14 Feb 2018 17:30

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Author: Louis Bayman
Editor: Dana Renga

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