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Understanding Rainer Werner Fassbinder: Film as Private and Public Art

Wallace Steadman Watson
Format
Book
Published
Columbia : University of South Carolina Press, c1996.
Language
English
Series
Understanding Modern European and Latin American Literature
ISBN
1570030790 (cloth)
Contents
  • Fassbinder and his Germany
  • Starting out--mostly in the theater
  • Film apprenticeship as marathon race
  • Reconsidering the holy whore : reflection, reflexivity, and Sirkean melodrama
  • Outsiders and underdogs : male melodramas
  • "Women's pictures"
  • Art out of crisis : the emergence of "late" Fassbinder
  • Rewriting Nabokov : the Stoppard/Fassbinder despair
  • The "women's picture" as history
  • Desire and history : Berlin Alexanderplatz
  • New directions (perhaps) and conclusions.
Description
xviii, 341 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 306-321) and index.
  • Filmography: p. 292-305.
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  • Access in Virgo Classic
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