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The spectacle of death and the aesthetics of crowd control
Emma Galbally and Conrad Brunström

dissolving the justification for insurgency. In Lewis’s original novel, mob violence is an inevitable but indiscriminate instrument of purgative violence that confounds the innocent with the guilty. The rage directed at the convent when it is discovered that the Prioress is guilty of murder knows no limits. It cannot be curbed or redirected. In Boaden’s version, however, the authority

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