How can the wheelchair be other than a placeholder for tragedy or negativity? Kuppers examines the wheelchair as a prop and as a playground of multiple intersecting narratives, desires, textures, and signs in Murderball, Guillermo GÓmez-Peña's Museum of Fetishized Identities, and the X-Men movies.

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