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Signs and Meaning in the Cinema
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Signs and Meaning in the Cinema

By Wollen, Peter

London: Secker & Warburg,. 175pp. Theory lead discussion of film criticism. Black and white photographs throughout. Heavily worn binding which very rubbed to all edges, though still sound. Reading copy only. Reading copy only. . Paperback. 1972.

$6.57

In Defence of Realism
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In Defence of Realism

By Tallis, Raymond

London: Edward Arnold,. Paperback. 220pp. A study of the modern realistic novel, the sense that realism is under attack and a consideration of the realist novel and cinema. Very rubbed to all edges. Binding is sound. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1988.

$6.57

Brontë Society Gazette No. 14 August 1995
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Brontë Society Gazette No. 14 August 1995

Keighley: Brontë Society,. Paperback. 31pp. News from the literary society. This issue includes reminiscences from Twinks Kenyon who played the child 'Cathy' in the 1920 silent film version of Wuthering Heights. Black and white photographs. Minimal wear. Near fine copy. . Pamphlet. 1995.

$3.94

Criminal Sentences True Crime in Fiction and Drama

By Haste, Steve

London: Cygnus Arts,. 9.5'' x 6'', 305pp. An extremely useful and fascinating tool for the general reader and literary scholar. Extended introductory essay traces the history of true crime inspired fiction, and the newer realms of 'faction'. There then follows a detailed A-Z section that deals case by case with a wide range of crimes from many countries, eras etc. Each entry gives historical details of the event followed by a consideration of how it has been used in literature and film with further reading and viewing to finish the entry. Indexed. Near fine copy in near fine dust wrapper. . Hardcover. 1997.

$10.51

Criminal Sentences True Crime in Fiction and Drama

By Haste, Steve

London: Cygnus Arts,. Hardback. 9.5'' x 6'', 305pp. An extremely useful and fascinating tool for the general reader and literary scholar. Extended introductory essay traces the history of true crime inspired fiction, and the newer realms of 'faction'. There then follows a detailed A-Z section that deals case by case with a wide range of crimes from many countries, eras etc. Each entry gives historical details of the event followed by a consideration of how it has been used in literature and film with further reading and viewing to finish the entry. Indexed. Very slight rubbing to bottom edge of dw. Near fine copy in very good dw. . Hardcover. 1997.

$17.07