Understanding Misinterpretations of Lolita Through the Film Una

Writing by Ellen Muller // Watching Una gave me a much deeper perspective on this Penguin Classic, because Una is given something denied to Lolita, which is the chance for the audience to hear her voice, and to get an impression of her personality separate from the abuser’s perspective. When compared as fictional literary texts, they make a powerful statement why the victim’s perspective is invaluable, without it the story risks being seen as fetishism.

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Dear Evan Hanson and Mental Illness

dating someone who makes no effort Writing by Kim Koelmeyer // Dear Evan Hansen is a milestone in the media’s portrayal of mental health. It helps us relate to more pronounced cases, and shows that it can manifest itself in places we may never suspect. As an issue that has been largely mishandled, it’s so refreshing to see a faithful and nuanced look at mental illness take off as much as it has.

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REVIEW: To the Bone

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