Sarah Clarke Stuart





Sarah Clarke Stuart



Average rating: 3.95 · 75 ratings · 7 reviews · 4 distinct works · Similar authors
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“Coupled with the cortexiphan trials, the abuse suffered on the home front created a strong sense of responsibility in Olivia. What might have destroyed other children turned her into a warrior.”
Sarah Clarke Stuart, Into the Looking Glass: Exploring the Worlds of Fringe

“Her character inverts the traditional model of hero in which the male lead is the rescuer and the female lead is helper or victim. It is Olivia who protects and defends the world, not with intimidating martial arts moves or seduction, but rather by using her professional training and intellect to rescue those who are in danger.”
Sarah Clarke Stuart, Into the Looking Glass: Exploring the Worlds of Fringe

“She’s not a mere duplicate of the male version, as many female heroes tend to be characterized, simply adopting the masculine narrative, nor is she a hyper-sexualized object using seduction as the source of her strength. Olivia is not overly emotional, but she’s sensitive when the occasion arises. Because she plays such an even-keeled, reasonable character (one long-criticized for being “wooden”), her moments of vulnerability, anger, or lust are that much more compelling. Though she is “haunted” as Peter says (“Over There, Part 2”), she is not vengeful or hateful. In fact this may be a key reason why fans were so completely underwhelmed by her character in season 1: Olivia’s no drama queen. She tries her best to be impartial, honest, and painstakingly reasonable.”
Sarah Clarke Stuart, Into the Looking Glass: Exploring the Worlds of Fringe



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