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Spanish practices : literature, cinema, television

Author: Paul Julian Smith
Publisher: London : Legenda, Modern Humanities Research Association and Maney Publishing, 2012.
Series: Moving image (Modern Humanities Research Association), 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book is the first to explore the interaction of three media in contemporary Spain.

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Julian Smith
ISBN: 9781907975042 1907975047
OCLC Number: 751836387
Description: 166 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: pt. I: Literature: history and memory --
1. Winners and losers in cinema and memoirs. Emilio Martínez Lázaro's Las 13 rosas ('The 13 Roses', 2007) and Esther Tusquets' Habíamos gando la guerra ("We Had Won the War', 2007) --
2. Resuscitating Franco in popular narrative and television. Vizcaíno Casa's ... Y al tercer añ̃o resucitó ('And in the Third Year he Rose Again", 1978) and Cuéntame cómo pasó ('Tell Me How It Happened', TVE 2001) --
3. The audiovisual transition: cinema, television, and Muñoz Molina's El jinete polaco ('The Polish Horseman', 1991) --
pt. II: Cinema: authority and society --
4. A question of queer authorship: Almodóvar's unpublished short stories (1973) --
5. Spanish cinema's missing children. Juan Antonio Bayona's El orfanato ('The Orphanage', 2007) and Jaime Rosales' La soledad ("Solitary Fragments', 2007) --
6. Re-presenting the others: cinema and television on ethnicity and Immigration --
pt. III: Television: genre and transitivity --
7. Re-visions of Teresa. Josefina Molina's Teresa de Jeśus (TVE, 1984) and Ray Loriga's Teresa: el cuerpo de Cristo ('Teresa, the Body of Christ', 2007) --
8. Hybrid fictions: television comedy between soap opera and pseudo-documentary. Los Serranop [Tele 5, 2003-08] and Camera café ('Coffee Cam', Tele 5, 2005-09) --
9. Travelling narratives and transitional life strategies. Yo soy Bea ('I Am Bea', Tele 5, 2006-08) and Ugly Betty (ABC, 2006-10) --
Conclusion: literature, cinema, television.
Series Title: Moving image (Modern Humanities Research Association), 1.
Responsibility: Paul Julian Smith.

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