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The cinema of Norman Mailer : film is like death

Author: Justin Bozung
Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2019.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Justin Bozung
ISBN: 9781501325533 1501325531
OCLC Number: 1124334749
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
Contents: AcknowledgmentsForeword 1. Introduction: Mailer's Film Aesthetics Justin Bozung (Independent Researcher, USA)2. Some Dirt in the Talk Norman Mailer (Esquire, 1967)3. Visualizing Being and Nothingness: Mailer Meets Godot Justin Bozung (Independent Researcher, USA)4. Mailer Interrogates Machismo: Self-Reflexive Commentary in Wild 90 and Why Are We in Vietnam? Maggie McKinley (Harper College, USA)5. Transcending the Formula: Beyond the Law and the Old-Fashioned Cop Movie Kenneth Jurkiewicz (Central Michigan University, USA)6. All of us are Policemen, All of us are Criminals: Discovering Dostoevsky in a Re-evalution of Beyond the Law Catriona McAvoy (University of the Arts London, UK)7. A Course in Film-Making Norman Mailer (Esquire, 1967)8. The Life and Death of the Celebrity Author in Maidstone Sarah Bishop (The Mailer Review, 2012)9. Maidstone: The Unilinear Abstract John D'Amico (Filmmaker, USA)10. Commando Raids on the Nature of Reality Gary D. Rhodes (Queen's University Belfast, UK)11. Mailer's Movie Maja and the Dark Lady Revealed Lee Roscoe (Actress)12. Over Exposed: My First Taste of Film-making Michael Mailer (Producer)13. Norman Mailer Joseph Gelmis (Newsday, 1970)14. Mailer, Godard, and Company David Sterritt (Film Critic)15. Dance Of A Tough Guy Michael Ventura (Novelist and Screenwriter)16. Pulp Fiction in Provincetown James Emmett Ryan (Auburn University, USA)17. Paradise Lost: Norman Mailer and American Purgatory David Masciotra (University of St. Francis, USA)18. Tough Guys Don't Dance and The Cinema of Reaganism Scott Duguid (University of Edinburgh, UK)19. Norman Mailer's "Windows" John Bailey A.S.C. (Cinematographer)ContributorsTable of ContentsIndex
Responsibility: edited by Justin Bozung.

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...this is an illuminating, long overdue reassessment of Mailer's cinematic endeavors. * Shock Cinema Magazine * You can bet there will never be another book on the films of Norman Mailer. This Read more...

 
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