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Narrated Films

Storytelling Situations in Cinema History

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Narrated Films by Avrom Fleishman
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Description

Avrom Fleishman explores the distinctive literary techniques often used by film-makers to tell their stories. Through close viewings of ingeniously paired films, Fleishman documents five narrational practices in the cinema: voice-over (Orpheus and Sunset Boulevard); dramatized narration, in which the film is a story that one character tells another (The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and Hiroshima Mon Amour); multiple narration, in which a number of characters tell the story that is the film (Rashomon and Zelig); written narration, whether through diaries or letters (Letter from an Unknown Woman and Diary of a Country Priest); and the cinematic version of interior monologue, which Fleishman terms mindscreen narration (Brief Encounter and Daybreak).

Author Biography

Avrom Fleishman is a retired professor of English at the Johns Hopkins University and is the author of numerous books, including The English Historical Novel: Walter Scott to Virginia Woolf, Virginia Woolf: A Critical Reading (both available from Johns Hopkins), The Condition of English, and New Class Culture.
Release date Australia
January 5th, 2004
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
11 Halftones, black and white
Imprint
Johns Hopkins University Press
Pages
264
Dimensions
152x229x15
ISBN-13
9780801878657
Product ID
1930033

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