Articles in this issue examine the split between national and popular interests through an analysis of Branagh's 'multicultural'Much Ado - 'a Shakespeare film for the world'; the problem of the 'popular' in the field of Cultural Studies; Virginia Woolf's life as an essayist in the light of Adorno's theory of the genre; anti-Semitism in Cocteau's version of La Belle et la Bete; the binary of difference in Neil Jordan's The Crying Game; and a reconsideration of Freud's castration complex.
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