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Kate Chopin: The Joy That Kills

This is the widely heralded adaptation of the short story by Kate Chopin, the late-19th-century writer whose work is only now receiving the major recognition it deserves. The setting is Kate Chopin’s own world—the world of the upper-class Creole society that dominated New Orleans in the 1870s, a world with a strict code of behavior, one of whose strongest tenets required a wife to subordinate her will and her very being to her husband. Produced and directed by Tina Rathborne. (56 minutes)



 
                    

Item#: BVL817
Copyright date: ©1988
DVD ISBN 978-0-7365-5614-9




     
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Kate Chopin: Five Stories of an Hour
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This program consists of five versions of the same short story, “The Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin, who scandalized American readers in the late 19th century by questioning the social and marital mores of her time. The story examines the beha...(more details)
 
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Charlotte Perkins Gilman: The Yellow Wallpaper
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Touted as one of the first major feminist writers, Charlotte Perkins Gilman spent her life fighting to liberate women from the yoke of domesticity. This is a stunning BBC dramatization of Gilman’s autobiographical account of a woman driven to madness...(more details)
 
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Ernest Hemingway: Grace Under Pressure

This is the only major documentary biography of the man who single-handedly forged the modern novel. It shows the relationship between Hemingway's life and works and evaluates both. Containing old photographs, newsreel footage, and clips from the big...(more details)
 
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Eudora Welty: A Worn Path
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On a "bright, frozen day" in Mississippi, 95-year-old Phoenix Jackson makes her mythic journey into town for the medicine her grandson needs. Touching upon themes of family, love, aging, and poverty, this dramatization of Eudora Welty’s classic story...(more details)
 
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Thoreau's Walden
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A re-creation of the two-year period (1845-1847) during which Thoreau lived alone in a cabin at Walden Pond, savoring the fruits of solitary communion with Nature while bemoaning the lot of the mass of men who lead lives of quiet desperation. The vis...(more details)
 
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