The terministic screen : rhetorical perspectives on film / edited by David Blakesley
- Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, 
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- Physical Description:
- x, 312 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Blakesley, David
- Mapping the other: The English patient, colonial rhetoric, and cinematic representation / Alan Nadel -- Rhetoric and the early work of Christian Metz: augmenting ideological inquiry in rhetorical film theory and criticism / Ann Chisholm -- Temptation as taboo: a psychorhetorical reading of The last temptation of Christ Martin J. Medhurst -- Hyperrhetoric and the inventive spectator: remotivating The fifth element / Byron Hawk -- Time, space, and political identity: envisioning community in Triumph of the will / Ekaterina V. Haskins -- On rhetorical bodies: Hoop dreams and constitutional discourse / James Roberts -- Looking for the public in the popular: the Hollywood blacklist and the rhetoric of collective memory / Thomas W. Benson -- Copycat, serial murder, and the (de)terministic screen narrative / Philip L. Simpson -- Opening the text: reading gender, Christianity, and American intervention in Deliverance / Davis W. Houck and Caroline J.S. Picart -- From "world conspiracy" to "cultural imperialism": the history of anti-Plutocratic rhetoric in German film / Friedemann Weidauer -- Rhetorical conditioning: The Manchurian candidate / Bruce Krajewski -- Sophistry, magic, and the vilifying rhetoric of The usual suspects / David Blakesley -- Textual trouble in River City: literacy, rhetoric, and consumerism in The music man / Harriet Malinowitz -- Screen play: Ethos and dialectics in A time to kill / Granetta L. Richardson -- Postmodern dialogics in Pulp fiction: Jules, Ezekiel, and double-voiced discourse.
- 0809324881 (cloth : alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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