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Ingmar Bergman : essays in criticism

Author: Stuart M Kaminsky; Joseph F Hill
Publisher: London ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1975.
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Ingmar Bergman.
London ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1975
(OCoLC)586052168
Named Person: Ingmar Bergman; Ingmar Bergman; Ingmar Bergman; Ingmar Bergman
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stuart M Kaminsky; Joseph F Hill
ISBN: 0195019261 9780195019261
OCLC Number: 2609059
Description: xi, 340 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: Steene, B.A biographical note.--Kaminsky, S.M. The torment of insight: children and innocence in the films of Ingmar Bergman.--Blake, R.A. Sexual themes in the films of Ingmar Bergman.--Phillips, G.D. Ingmar Bergman and God.--Wood, R. The world without, the world within.--Bergman, I. Each film is my last.--Samuels, C.T. Ingmar Bergman: an interview.--Ulrichsen, E. The early films: Ingmar Bergman and the Devil.--Donner, J. The Seventh seal: a director's view.--Blake, R.A. Salvation without God.--Greenberg, H.R. The rags of time.--Bach, S. Discussion of Greenberg's article.--Young, V. The Magician: finding the sources.--Steene, B. The Virgin spring.--Kauffmann, S.A negative view: The Virgin spring.--Adams, R.H. How light the darkness?--Sjoman, V. From L136: A diary of Ingmar Bergman's Winter light.--Brightman, C. The word, the image, and the Silence.--Sontag, S., Persona: the film in depth.--Gilliatt, P. Poems of square pegs.--Strick, P. Hour of the wolf.--Lauder, R.E. Bergman's Shame and Sartre's Stare.--Harcourt, P.A Passion: analysis.--Lauder, R.E. The Touch: the role of religion in Bergman's Odyssey.--Mellen, J. Cries and whispers: Bergman and women.--Keyser, L.J. Bergman and the popular audience.
Responsibility: edited by Stuart M. Kaminsky, with Joseph F. Hill.

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