Pain, Personhood, and Parity: The Depiction of Bucky Barnes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Prologue

The day before I went to see Captain America: The Winter Soldier for the fifth time, I spent an afternoon in the park with one of my closest friends and her two-year-old son, Son’eu. As we wandered the pathways of the vast gardens of the Hama Rikyū Park, my friend and I took turns running herd on Son’eu—who at two is a bundle of seemingly unlimited energy and endlessly varied short-term interests. Over and over again, we chased him away from steep precipices, pulled him back from the water’s edge, and got him down from an assortment of dangerously high (for a two-year-old) places. We also spent a considerable amount of time picking up after him.

via: https://saysaraelle.wordpress.com/2014/05/11/pain-personhood-and-parity-the-depiction-of-bucky-barnes-in-the-marvel-cinematic-universe/

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