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This chapter examines ways in which Whedonverse TV shows apply and adapt conventional television strategies for developing character, foregrounding subjectivity as fluid and under construction. In relation to character, time can function to provide depth through direction, dynamism. Whether through point of view, narration, memory, or prophecy, perceptions of time and identity are always limited, contingent and open to interpretation: this examination focuses on memory.
|Title of host publication||Reading Joss Whedon|
|Place of Publication||Syracuse, New York|
|Publisher||Syracuse University Press|
|Number of pages||461|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Mar 2014|
|Name||Television and popular culture|
- contemporary television
- Joss Whedon
- television series
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