How Canadian novelist Emma Donoghue and her Canadian and American editors all work together.
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Would you be contributing to oppression? Invisibility? Judged harder than a white writer?
Worth a look, although I think it’s a misread:
In fact, the forced introduction of an antiquated villain – as opposed to the topical villain of, say, Iron Man – suggests that the superhero may be losing its value as an archetype. An archetype is a way of expressing some set of cultural values, and it was reasonable to assume that the superhero movies of the 21st century were a way to express and ultimately process our post-9/11 anxieties. But the questions raised by these films must be answered in subsequent works of pop culture, otherwise they are only re-stating the problem. Winter Soldier gets us no closer to the truth.