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e-Book Home in Hollywood: The Imaginary Geography of Cinema (Film and Culture) download

e-Book Home in Hollywood: The Imaginary Geography of Cinema (Film and Culture) download

by Elisabeth Bronfen

ISBN: 0231121768
ISBN13: 978-0231121767
Language: English
Publisher: Columbia University Press (October 15, 2004)
Pages: 352
Category: Humanities
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Home in Hollywood is a significant achievement. Sam B. Girgus American Studies). Elisabeth Bronfen is professor of English at the University of Zurich.

Home in Hollywood is a significant achievement. Series: Film and Culture.

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This engaging and provocative book proposes that Hollywood has created an imaginary cinematic geography filled with people and places we recognize and to which we are irresistibly drawn

This engaging and provocative book proposes that Hollywood has created an imaginary cinematic geography filled with people and places we recognize and to which we are irresistibly drawn. Each viewing of a film stirs, in a very real and charismatic way, feelings of home, and the comfort of returning to films like familiar haunts is at the core of our nostalgic desire. Leading us on a journey through American film, Elisabeth Bronfen examines the different ways home is constructed in the development of cinematic narrative

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Home in Hollywood: The Imaginary Geography of Cinema (2004). Night Passages: Philosophy, Literature, and Film (2013). Translated by Bronfen and David Brenner. New York: Columbia University Press.

Prologue-Out of the LibraryIntroduction: Not Master in His Own House1. Uncanny Appropriations2. Home-There's No Place Like It3. Seduction of Departing4. The Enigma of Homecoming6. Sustaining Dislocation.

This text reorients and redraws the boundaries of film history both literally and .

The Imaginary Geography of Hollywood Cinema 1960-2000 combines digital cartography with close readings of representative films to write a history of twentieth century Hollywood narrative cinema at the intersection of the geographies of narrative location, production, consumption and taste in the post-classical era, before the rise of digital cinema. This text reorients and redraws the boundaries of film history both literally and figuratively by cataloguing films’ narrative locations on digital maps to examine where Hollywood locates its narratives over time. Books related to The Imaginary Geography of Hollywood Cinema 1960–2000.

Leading us on a journey through American film, Elisabeth Bronfen examines the different ways home is constructed in the development of cinematic narrative.

2004 ISBN: 0231121776, 0231121768 321 Pages PDF 1 MB This engaging and provocative book proposes that Hollywood has created an imaginary cinematic geography filled with p.Leading us on a journey through American film, Elisabeth Bronfen examines the different ways home is constructed in the development of cinematic narrative.

For film scholars interested in the narrative settings of cinema examined through a cultural materialist approach to film history (p. 4), combined with digital cartography. 4), combined with digital cartography, Christian B. Long’s The Imaginary Geography of Hollywood Cinema, 1960-2000 proves a singularly appealing text – one where you will find engagement not only in Long’s insights but in your own mind as it. Flips through other films that may or may not fit the geographical boundaries Long carefully maps out in his introduction.

Who can forget Dorothy's quest for the great and powerful Oz as she tried to return to her beloved Kansas? She thought she needed a wizard's magic, only to discover that home―and the power to get there―had been with her all along. This engaging and provocative book proposes that Hollywood has created an imaginary cinematic geography filled with people and places we recognize and to which we are irresistibly drawn. Each viewing of a film stirs, in a very real and charismatic way, feelings of home, and the comfort of returning to films like familiar haunts is at the core of our nostalgic desire. Leading us on a journey through American film, Elisabeth Bronfen examines the different ways home is constructed in the development of cinematic narrative. Each chapter includes a close reading of such classic films as Fleming's The Wizard of Oz, Sirk's Imitation of Life, Burton's Batman Returns, Hitchcock's Rebecca, Ford's The Searchers, and Sayles's Lone Star.
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