The Male Gaze in Beautiful Creatures
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The Male Gaze in Beautiful Creatures

By: Kristen Gregory
In Beautiful Creatures (2009), Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl make the unusual decision to narrate the romantic plot through the male point of view. Instead of being inside the head of a teenage girl, the reader views the narrative through the eyes of Ethan, a sixteen-year-old boy. At first, I welcomed this shift in perspective because I anticipated that it would be a refreshing change from the traditional… Continue reading

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Welcome to Swampish, the blog of the University of Florida’s Center for Children’s Literature and Culture. The Center is devoted to the exploration of children’s literature and culture through critical and creative investigations, symposia, seminars, and the development of innovative ways to make the interdisciplinary research and concerns of our members available to the general public. Continue reading