Girl Hero


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Girl, Hero


Girl, Hero

Author: Carrie Jones

language: en

Publisher: North Star Editions, Inc.

Release Date: 2011-09-08

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Liliana Faltin just wants some stability in her life. But her mother’s boyfriend has a thing for booze and touching. To deal, Lily writes letters to John Wayne. Yeah, he’s a dead movie cowboy, but whatever—at least the Duke knew how to be a hero. Now, Lily just needs to figure out how to be a hero herself.

EJ Girl Hero #8


EJ Girl Hero #8

Author: Susannah McFarlane

language: en

Publisher:

Release Date: 2017-01-08

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Evil agency Shadow is threatening to attack the citys water supply. Agent EJ12 needs to infiltrate a movie set and stop SHADOW before its too late. Thats the easy part. As EJ12, Emma Jacks can do anything. So why is she getting worked up over little things at home? Perhaps she isnt after all...

Girl Warriors


Girl Warriors

Author: Svenja Hohenstein

language: en

Publisher: McFarland

Release Date: 2019-06-19

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Quest narratives are as old as Western culture. In stories like The Odyssey, The Lord of the Rings, Star Wars and Harry Potter, men set out on journeys, fight battles and become heroes. Women traditionally feature in such stories as damsels in need of rescue or as the prizes at the end of heroic quests. These narratives perpetuate predominant gender roles by casting men as active and women as passive. Focusing on stories in which popular teenage heroines--Buffy Summers, Katniss Everdeen and Disney's Princess Merida--embark on daring journeys, this book explores what happens when traditional gender roles and narrative patterns are subverted. The author examines representations of these characters across various media--film, television, novels, posters, merchandise, fan fiction and fan art, and online memes--that model concepts of heroism and girlhood inspired by feminist ideas.