Gilmore Girls and the Politics of Identity: Essays on Family and Feminism in the Television Series
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I was never an avid watcher of the show, mostly because I was involved with other fandoms, and even I could only take so much pop culture-filled banter. I know; surprised me, too. Highlights from the collection include a celebration of the brittle and brutal Paris Gellar "Reinventing the bitch : the dynamicism of Paris Gellar" by Anglea Ridinger-Dotterman , an insightful look i I was never an avid watcher of the show, mostly because I was involved with other fandoms, and even I could only take so much pop culture-filled banter.
Highlights from the collection include a celebration of the brittle and brutal Paris Gellar "Reinventing the bitch : the dynamicism of Paris Gellar" by Anglea Ridinger-Dotterman , an insightful look into myth of Rory's goodness "Drats! I actually watched most of that final season and was rather amused with the outrage from GG fanbase when the new MALE show-runner had Lorelai marry Christopher in a moment of heartbreaked-filled impetuousness. This essay fully stands by that rage, citing how out of character it was for Lorelai to do so and how it neutered the flirty, sexy single mom.
She was now a wife, ruining the fantasy of millions of married female watchers who wanted to be her. The authors say her eventual divorce and journey back to soulmate diner proprietor Luke was the show writers' hasty retreat from an ill-advised storyline.
But I must disagree. Lorelai finally giving in to Christopher's romantic entreaties are perfectly in character.
She has known and loved him all her life; he's the father of her child. And she always seemed tempted to follow that "what if" of actually having an adult relationship with him. And the essay supports this, articulating the issues of class, money, and parenting values re: Chris' daughter Gigi that doom Lorelai and Christopher to failure.
And it was great to see the issues played out with a peer, rather than in yet one more Friday night dinner argument with her parents. We as an audience should also realize that at this point Lorelai has an empty nest; Rory is in her final year of college and living on her own so Lorelai is not so much the day-to-day mom anymore.
If anything she's following a parallel path of inquiry with Rory: do I enter the realm of wealth and privilege of my significant other Chris and Logan of dubious reliability or maintain a more independent path? Obviously, they both choose the latter Rory reporting on the Obama campaign and Lorelai reconnects with Luke, who, in his Bridget Jonesian way, likes Lorelai just the way she is. Here there instances of women of the show becoming subservient to men in ways they haven't been before, as Sookie goes ahead and has the kid just bad , and Rory tries to civilize and domesticate Logan how cliche!
But classifying Lorelai helping her father after his heart attack as subservient is a bit too cynical for me. Her father almost died; wouldn't she be by his side at the hospital? Wouldn't she be concerned about his recovery? Since when is natural familial love an affront to independence? And anyway, I believe most of her time was spent helping Emily adjust to life with an infirm husband. Emily, who's only successful role has been as the elegant corporate wife and is freaking out at the thought of losing the man who has defined her life.
Lorelai is the one who calms her down and teaches her how be more independent, and deal with finances.
After a falling out with Luke she ran to the person she knew would always be waiting for her; so the relationship was rooted in disappointment and an element of complacency. So he gets snipped and has a few days of discomfort. Try shoving a casaba melon through your dick and dealing with the physical and emotional ramifications of that, dude. Aug 28, Jennie rated it did not like it Shelves: library-book , non-fiction , read-in , read-in-august. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I put it on hold and finished it over the weekend.
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I was so pissed off on the plane I wanted to punch someone. Here are a few jems that I found. I stopped making notes at a certain point because I was so mad.