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I can't go on, I must go on: how Jeliza Rose Meets Alice in Terry Gilliam's Tideland

Research output: Contribution in Book/Report/ProceedingsChapter (peer-reviewed)


Publication date06/2012
Host publicationLost and Othered Children in Contemporary Cinema
EditorsDebbie C. Olson, Andrew Scahill
Place of publicationLanham, Maryland
PublisherLexington Books
Number of pages28
ISBN (Electronic)9780739170267
ISBN (Print)9780739170250
Original languageEnglish


This chapter analyses how the representation of the female child in Gilliam's film signifies survival and and tenacity as opposed to victim