Bolti ár: 8590 Ft
Internetes ár: 7731 Ft (10% kedvezmény)
Kiadás éve: 2016
Kiadó: Oxford University Press
Kategóriák: Filozófia/esztétika, Film
Philip Watts, Edited by Dudley Andrew, Edited by Yves Citton, Edited by Vincent Debaene, and Edited by Sam Di Iorio
Offers the first systematic English-language critical treatment of Barthes' writing on cinema
Provides detailed analysis of the various stages of Barthes's intellectual itinerary
Examines Barthes's explicit and implicit dialogue with France's leading postwar film critic, André Bazin
Includes nine translated texts written by Barthes about cinema, as well as an exclusive interview with renown public intellectual Jacues Raciére
The most famous name in French literary circles from the late 1950s till his death in 1981, Roland Barthes maintained a contradictory rapport with the cinema. As a cultural critic, he warned of its surreptitious ability to lead the enthralled spectator toward an acceptance of a pre-given world. As a leftist, he understood that spectacle could be turned against itself and provoke deep questioning of that pre-given world. And as an extraordinarily sensitive human being, he relished the beauty of images and the community they could bring together.
Chapter One - A Degraded Spectacle
Chapter Two - Refresh the Perception of the World
Chapter Three - Barthes and Bazin
Chapter Four- Another Revolution
Chapter Five - Exiting the Movie Theater
Chapter Six - The Melodramatic Imagination
Conclusion - From Barthes to Rancière?
Interview With Jacques Rancière
Nine Texts on the Cinema by Roland Barthes
Barthes and Cinema: A Bibliography
Philip Watts, Professor of French, Columbia University, Edited by Dudley Andrew, R. Selden Rose Professor of Film and Comparative Literature, Yale University, Edited by Yves Citton, University of Grenoble, Edited by Vincent Debaene, Associate Professor of French, Columbia University, and Edited by Sam Di Iorio, Associate Professor of French, Hunter College / CUNY Grad Center
Philip Watts was Professor of French at Columbia University and Chair of the department from 2008 to 2012. A specialist of twentieth-century French literature and film, he is the author of Allegories of the Purge: How Literature Responded to the Postwar Trials of Writers and Intellectuals in France and co-editor of Jacques Rancière: History, Politics, Aesthetics.
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