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From Blofeld to Moneypenny: Gender in James Bond [Kietas viršelis]

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Since its inception, 007 has captured the hearts of a worldwide audience, and the franchise is now available over multiple media platforms, including movie, comic strips, games, graphic novels and fashion statements. This edited collection examines the role that gender has played across the platforms that the James Bond franchise now occupies.
Introduction; Steven Gerrard Part One: Mr Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
1. Keeping the British end up: James Bond and the varieties of Britishness; James Chapman
2. The Patriotic Spy: For Queen, Empire and Dry Martinis; Jennie Lewis-Vidler
3. Adapting the male hero: the comic strip adventures of James Bond; Robert Shail
4. Seven James Bonds at Casino Royale; Wickham Clayton
5. Fitting Fleming's hero like a Savile Row suit: The tailoring of James Bond; Llewella Chapman Part Two: Bond Girls, Bond Women
6. The Soviet Woman in Bond Films; Helena Bassil-Morozow
7. Babes and Bullets: The representation of gender in Bond themes and title sequences; Shelley O'Brien
8. Her Word Was Her Bond: Johanna Harwood, Bond's First Woman Screenwriter; Melanie Williams
9. Her Majesty's Secret Service: Judi Dench's M and her monarchial tenure; Charlotte Allan
10. Moneypenny: Jane or Eve? Ethos, pathos and the woman behind all Bonds; Octavio Aragao Part Three: Nobody Does It Better
11. Loaded Magazines: James Bond and British men's mags in the Brosnan era; Claire Hines and Stephanie Jones
12. Blofeld; Steven Gerrard
13. Standard Operating Procedure. Boys with Toys: Hackers, Gamers and the Hegemony of Play in GoldenEye; Dean Bowman
14. Miss Moneypenny and the Friend-Zone: The Indispensable and Sexually Unavailable 'Bond Girl'; Janelle Vermaak and Natalie Le Clue
15. Celebrating 10 years of Idris Elba becoming James Bond any second now: fandom, ownership, and the alt-right; Renee Middlemost
Steven Gerrard is Reader in Film at Northern Film School, Leeds Beckett University. Steve has written two monographs: The Carry On Films and The Modern British Horror Film, an analysis of how post-millennium texts such as F and Mum & Dad reflect a fractured British society. Steve was instigator and co-editor of Crank It Up: Jason Statham - Star! and also co-editor of Emerald Publishing's Gender in Contemporary Horror series. In his spare time, he longs to be either Status Quo's rhythm guitarist or the new Doctor Who. He'll have a long wait.