⦁ (Question): Naremore argues that Hepburn’s social class (upper class, highly educated, daughter of a doctor and suffragette, who was one of the earliest proponents of birth control) “could be used as a weapon against her whenever she appeared too progressive” (174). How does this fit into screwball comedy genre’s dominant ideology of “classlessness” on one hand, or laughing at the exploits of the upper class on the other? Does it further this ideology? Does it contradict it? Does it do both? How? (Material): Watch the movie “Holiday(1938)”
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