A Postmodern Reading of “Gone Girl”


I have always been fascinated with postmodernism.  I have no real grasps of what it is having gone to school before it became a by-word.  I only have my own to rely upon to spare some time reading up on it and defining it.  This is why I welcome this new movie, ” Gone Girl”, and particularly this review as it is an application of postmodernist ideas and terms on something tangible.


About julesphilip
a teacher who is still in the process of discerning whether he'll stay in this way of life, answer a lifelong call to become a diocesan priest, or take on the responsibility of being a steward of his parents' legacy. may his experiences assist him in making a decision for the greater love for God.

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