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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 The Nightingale - Much Ado about Nothing
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'Revenge films remain popular, in part, because they re-stage a formative aspect of human culture – the bonding of societies around communal acts of violence. As René Girard has written, scapegoating – the designation and punishment of the victim – is one of the foundational cultural moments.' (Introduction)

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