The fight began, many women were saying, with the body, which seemed to be the beginning of the exploitation of women-as sex plaything weak and incompetentas pregnant woman helplessas middle-aged woman no longer considered beautifulas older woman to be ignored, set aside. A biological prison had been created by men and society. I have a very clear, keen memory of myself the day after I was married:
It involves a leader, a Senate and a war in the desert.
Clearly a modern allegory. I've had the theory that the moral depiction of dragons in popular fantasy gives a decent rough indicator of the global financial situation. In a boom, you see, the hoarding of gold is more likely to be considered to be a harmless eccentricity, even something desirable, and dragons are noble and nice.
But in a recession, when everyone hates the people with all the money, then dragons are villains. Smaug is the archetypal asshole dragon, and The Hobbit was written in the Great Depression. When works are interpreted as being allegories for political issues most often ones of war at the time of the writing, with no prompting from the author.
Sometimes, this is applied as retconwith works written decades before the event being interpreted as allegories for it.
This may be a result of Older Than They Think. Even still many people think that somehow everything has to be inspired by what is most recent and that the author is targeting Small Reference Pools — and furthermore that the writer wrote the work shortly before publication, when in fact it normally takes a year to get from completed manuscript to on the shelves even if the writer had no difficulty selling it, and the work may have taken years to write.
Even the most innocent or neutral subject matter can take on political or sociopolitical connotations due to the associations people tend to make in the wider scheme of things. The following are seemingly apolitical topics that may be interpreted as political due to the "culture wars" of recent decades.
Anything involving the evolution of life on Earth or on other worlds, for that matterand whether that's meant to be taken seriously Anything about killing animals, and whether that's okay Any depiction of a culture that's more than a little different from the culture producing the work, and whether that culture is "superior" or "inferior" Advertisement: Any out-of-universe Race Liftat least if one of the two races is the majority race within the culture that produced the work Also note that only rarely is this analysis laudatory.
This can even result in a sort of premortem Death of the Author if the critic claims that everything in the work arises from subconscious attitudes the author may or may not have an unfortunate side effect of the ''auteur'' theory.
The argument might even be applied to an entire society of a particular time and place, with the implication that because the audience enjoyed something as entertainment, they must have applied its values to their daily lives as well.
May overlap with Wild Mass Guessing. Compare to Dystopian literature, Writer on BoardAuthor Tractand Author Filibusterfor cases where the author makes no secret about the political intent. Contrast with Propaganda Piece. That the main character was Britannian probably helped reduce any backlash.
Ghost in the Shell: The anime doesn't clearly state that the United States of America is a different country from the American Empire, which may lead viewers into thinking that the United States in general is the villain.
The truth is that Shirow Masamune divided the United States into 3 different countries The United States of America, The Ameri-Soviet Union, and Imperial Americana as part of the continuity that Appleseed and Ghost in the Shell both take place in back when he wrote both series in the mid-'80s and early '90s.
There were no intentional implications, but it still makes the whole thing Harsher in Hindsight when compared to some of George W. Bush 's foreign policies during his administration.
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The villains in the two series are, respectively, a corrupt politician trying to make a profit in the healthcare industry and a right wing agent trying to instigate a war for personal gain, while the two main Anti-Villain -turned- AntiHeroes are an anarchist hacker and a socialist revolutionary.
It's not particularly hard to see the show's political slant. The American Empire in the series has a defense treaty with Japan which means Japan "technically" cannot have an army, just like present day USA and Japan.
In the series, the American Empire is also portrayed as an openly imperialist power, invading countries like Mexico. Since many leftists e.
Che Guevara, Malcolm X regards USA as an evil imperialist empire and considering how the series give the socialist revolutionary and anarchist hacker quite the sympathetic portrayal High School Of The Dead: One of the most prominent examples would be Souichiro Takagi father of Sayawho's a right wing ultra-nationalist who comes into conflict with some of the Straw Liberals who still consider "them" to be human.
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