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Red, white & black : cinema and the structure of U.S. antagonisms

Author: Frank B Wilderson
Publisher: Durham [N.C.] ; London : Duke University Press, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A provocative theoretical critique of representations of race in socially engaged films made since the 1960s.

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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Print:
Red, White & Black: Cinema and the Structure of U.S. Antagonisms
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frank B Wilderson
ISBN: 0822347016 9780822347019 0822346923 9780822346920
OCLC Number: 939049090
Description: xii, 388 p. : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Acknowledgments ixIntroduction: Unspeakable Ethics 1I. The Structure of Antagonisms 1. The Ruse of Analogy 352. The Narcissistic Slave 54II. Antwone Fisher and Bush Mama 3. Fishing for Antwone 954. Cinematic Unrest: Bush Mama and the Black Liberation Army 117III. Skins 5. Absurd Mobility 1496. The Ethics of Sovereignty 1627. Excess Slack 1898. The Pleasures of Parity 2009. "Savage" Negrophobia 221IV. Monster's Ball 10. A Crisis in the Commons 24711. Half-White Healing 28512. Make Me Feel Good 317Epilogue 237Notes 343References 365Index 375
Other Titles: Red, white and black.
Responsibility: Frank B. Wilderson III.

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