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    Elinor Glyn as Novelist, Moviemaker, Glamour Icon and Businesswoman

    R3 310,00
    Examining the authorial and cross-media practices of the English novelist Elinor Glyn (1864-1943), Vincent L. Barnett and Alexis Weedon trace Glyn's work as a novelist in the United Kingdom, her success in Hollywood as an adaptor.

    Space Oddities: Women and Outer Space in Popular Film and Culture, 1960-2000

    R2 882,00
    A fascinating new perspective on the Space Race combining brilliant film scholarship with gender studies and feminist theory.

    Television and New Media Audiences

    R3 781,00
    Through case studies, this work explains what audience research tells us about the uses of technologies in the domestic sphere and the classroom, the relationship between gender and genre, and the varied interpretation of media technologies and media forms.

    The Undergrounds of the Phantom of the Opera : Sublimation and the Gothic in Leroux's Novel and its Progeny

    R2 732,00
    This is an analytical study of "The Phantom of the Opera" in its many different versions from the original Gaston Leroux novel to the 21st century. It reveals the history of deep cultural tensions that underlie the novel and each major adaptation.

    The Gorgon's Gaze: German Cinema, Expressionism, and the Image of Horror

    R2 837,00
    The Gorgon's Gaze is an interdisciplinary study of recurrent themes in German cinema as it has developed since the early twentieth century.

    British Popular Films 1929-1939: The Cinema of Reassurance

    R3 781,00
    Challenges the conventional assumption that British feature films of the Thirties were oriented mostly towards the middle-class and demonstrates that far from being alienated, working class men and women flocked to the cinema.

    Adaptation in Contemporary Culture: Textual Infidelities

    R2 509,00
    An interdisciplinary collection offering a survey of adaptation of literary texts across media including animation, film, TV, fan fiction, biopics and music video. It investigates both 'classic' and contemporary texts by British and American authors, from Jane Austen, Edgar Allen Poe and Charles Dickens to Bret Easton Ellis, and P D James.

    Bound to Bond: Gender, Genre, and the Hollywood Romantic Comedy

    R2 860,00
    A sociological examination of what the last 30 years of Hollywood romantic comedy has argued, reflected and implied. The implications of filmic depictions of male/female relationships are analyzed in conjunction with notable examples of the genre.

    Social Justice in World Cinema and Theatre

    R3 139,00
    Focusing on international social justice drama in its local, national and international manifestation, this text explores the relationship of dramatic forms to human rights issues. It examines the styles, goals and themes of dramatists and film directors of works of social commitment.

    International Faust Studies: Adaptation, Reception, Translation

    R2 982,00
    A collection of essays, presenting international perspectives on the Faust theme in literature, theatre, performance, music, film, and dance. It examines questions of adaptation, translation and reception centering on a diversity of cultural traditions, including the Chinese, African, Brazilian, Indian and Canadian, as well as the European.

    The Palgrave Handbook of Global Radio

    R3 374,00 R4 032,87
    International in scope, this handbook provides an overview of the historical developments and current status of the terrestrial radio industry in some of the largest and most populated countries throughout the world, with insightful and global perspectives by prominent international media scholars and examinations of over 20 countries.

    The Feminist, the Housewife, and the Soap Opera

    R2 711,00
    This is a history of the feminist engagement with soap opera which uses a wide range of sources including fascinating interviews with key soap opera scholars. It is the story of why feminists were interested in soap opera, and who they thought watched it.

    Images of the Algerian War: French Fiction and Film, 1954-62

    R3 246,00
    The memory of the Algerian war (1954-1962) continues to haunt French society. Although part of a much wider process of decolonization, the conflict was so traumatic that it brought France to the verge of civil war. This is a survey of the French fiction and film generated by the war.

    Queen of the 'B's: Ida Lupino Behind the Camera: No 49: Queen of the 'b'S

    R3 032,00
    This book is the first extensive critical study of Ida Lupino's work as a director in film and television.


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