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Imagination Beyond Nation
In recent years, we have witnessed, particularly in Italy, a growing support for the "self-defence" argument and the vigilante justice. This troubling phenomenon requires further empirical and theoretical attention to determine why and how media manage to draw the interest of the public when they tackle revenge and private justice topics. The objective of this paper is to explore narratives of private revenge in popular culture, specifically in Italian cinema. The first section introduces somedoi:10.2307/j.ctt5hjp98.13 fatcat:qbwo6xg4arbbznfki77k3ltgha