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Why Is The Female Protagonist Considered Commercially Unsuccessful?

Jun 01, 2010

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Why Is The Female Protagonist Considered Commercially Unsuccessful? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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drcshuman wrote
at Jun 03, 2010 - 4:47 PM
OK
drcshuman: Reponse to comment
at Jun 03, 2010 - 11:00 AM
I simply find Robert's work delightful and his review of Gatsby was thrilling me yesterday. However, just think he's out of his league when he starts theorizing about women caring less about other women and more about men in a story sense. Yes, there are more male roles but this goes back to a long history of sexism and discrimination, far more deep than "what women want"--This would be a good question on which to interview a psychologist. You have the Albert Ellis Institute right there, with leading theorists and therapists. Would be a helpful dynamic for some, I believe.
drcshuman: Not true
at Jun 02, 2010 - 4:59 PM
Oh dear. This is just not true. You're entitled to your opinion, but for me it's a disappointment...

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