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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|Named Person:||Ang Lee; Ang Lee; Ang Lee|
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|Description:||VIII, 132 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Machine generated contents note: 1. Disruption of the Global and the Local --
2. Speaking Beyond Postcoloniality: The Historical Construction of Chinese and Taiwanese Identity --
3. Theorizing Ambivalence: Ambivalent Formations in Ang Lee's Transnational Films and Their Audiences --
4. Burden of Becoming a Chinese Diasporic Director: The Discourse of Bridging the East and the West in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon --
5. Discourse of Cultural and National Pride: The Ambivalent Discourse of Chinese Identity in Lust, Caution --
6. Who Performs for Whom? The Dynamic of Self-Representation and Spectatorship in an Age of Cosmopolitanism.
|Series Title:||Framing film, v. 17.|
"In this rich and informative book, Chih-Yun Chiang has developed an account of cultural ambivalence that challenges any notion of cultural identity as static, state-centered, or ideologically