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dc.creatorBrett, Jeremy
dc.descriptionThis presentation was given at the 2013 Popular Culture Association Annual Conference. It analyzes how 21st century portrayals of Lewis Carroll's Alice have produced a more adult, sexualized, violent figure who engages with standard fantasy tropes. At the same time, this new Alice is often imbued with a strong sense of independence and autonomy.en_US
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dc.subjectAlice In Wonderland, media studies, popular cultureen_US
dc.titleIt’s No Use Going Back To Yesterday…Because I was A Different Person Then: How Recently Produced Media Have Produced a 21st-Century Aliceen_US
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