The Secret History of Wonder Woman - Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

Lepore, Jill
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Chapter 4, titled “Jack Kennard, Coward” details the rest of Marston’s years at Harvard as well as his burgeoning interest in the newly created mass medium of film. During his time at Harvard, motion pictures and movie theaters had become a national phenomenon. Marston would go to the theater almost every day, but rather than going for pleasure he went to study the newly emergent medium. Marston’s father had run into financial trouble and accrued a considerable amount of debt, leading Marston to pursue writing movies as a means to pay his way through college. He was successful in this endeavor, selling several film scenarios (the concept of a ‘screenplay’ was not created yet) to various companies. A film directed by Marston titled “Jack Kennard, Coward” was released after winning a contest towards the end of his time at Harvard and it...

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