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The Resource Siegfried Kracauer's American writings : essays on film and popular culture, Siegfried Kracauer ; edited by Johannes von Moltke and Kristy Rawson ; with an afterword by Martin Jay

Siegfried Kracauer's American writings : essays on film and popular culture, Siegfried Kracauer ; edited by Johannes von Moltke and Kristy Rawson ; with an afterword by Martin Jay

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Siegfried Kracauer's American writings : essays on film and popular culture
Title
Siegfried Kracauer's American writings
Title remainder
essays on film and popular culture
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Siegfried Kracauer ; edited by Johannes von Moltke and Kristy Rawson ; with an afterword by Martin Jay
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  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
  • eng
Summary
Siegfried Kracauer (1889-1966), friend and colleague of Walter Benjamin and Theodor Adorno, was one of the most influential film critics of the mid-twentieth century. In this book, Johannes von Moltke and Kristy Rawson have, for the first time assembled essays in cultural criticism, film, literature, and media theory that Kracauer wrote during the quarter century he spent in America after fleeing Nazi-occupied Europe. In the decades following his arrival in the United States, Kracauer commented on developments in American and European cinema, wrote on film noir and neorealism, examined unsettl
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In English with some essays translated from German
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
  • reviews
Series statement
Weimar and now: German cultural criticism
Series volume
45
Siegfried Kracauer's American writings : essays on film and popular culture, Siegfried Kracauer ; edited by Johannes von Moltke and Kristy Rawson ; with an afterword by Martin Jay
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Siegfried Kracauer's American writings : essays on film and popular culture, Siegfried Kracauer ; edited by Johannes von Moltke and Kristy Rawson ; with an afterword by Martin Jay
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/j.ctt1pph0v
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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multicolored
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Contents
Between Hollywood and Europe: a cultural critic in New York. Why France liked our films (1942) -- Hollywood's terror films (1946) -- Jean Vigo (1947) -- The revolt against rationality (1947) -- Jewish culture (1947) -- Filming the subconscious (1948) -- Psychiatry for everything and everybody (1948) -- Those movies with a message (1948) -- National types as Hollywood presents them (1949) -- The mirror up to nature (1949) -- Preston Sturges, or laughter betrayed (1950) -- Art today (1961) -- About the state of the humanities -- A statement on the humanistic approach -- Talk with Teddie (1960) -- A critic at large I: film reviews. An American experiment (1941) -- Dumbo (1941) -- Film notes from Hollywood (1941) -- A few American films (1941) -- William Wyler's new Bette Davis film (1941) -- Flaherty, the land (1942) -- For whom the bell tolls (1943) -- Pais? (1948) -- The decent German (1949) -- The eternal Jew (1956) -- A few notes on The connection (1961) -- A critic at large II: book reviews. In Eisenstein's workshop (1943) -- The Russian director (1949) -- The movie colony (1942) -- A lady of valor (1947) -- The Teutonic mind (1948) -- Consciousness, free and spontaneous (1948) -- Indologian holiday (1948) -- Portrait in film (1948) -- Total teaching -- Pictorial deluge (1950) -- Movie mirror (1950) -- Reflexion faite (1952) -- Toward a theory of film. Stage vs. screen acting (1950) -- The photographic approach (1951) -- Silent film comedy (1951) -- The found story and the episode (1956) -- Letter to film 56 (1956) -- Afterword: Kracauer, the magical nominalist / Martin Jay
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