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Library of Congress Call Number Ranges: PN1993 - PN1999
This book examines both the cross-influences and independent characteristics of Japanese and American animation and how a hybridization of Japanese manga/anime and Hollywood animation may shape the future of global narrative storytelling.
This book conceives of "theory" not as a fixed body of canonical texts, but as a dynamic set of reflections on the idea of cinema and the possibilities once associated with it. Comprised of more than 275 early-twentieth-century German texts, The Promise of Cinema is the most comprehensive collection of German writings on film published to date.
Using a variety of case studies and methodological perspectives, as well as statements from key bloggers and print critics, this title analyzes the challenges and possibilities that the Internet brings to the evaluation, promotion, and explanation of artistic works.
In this book, Taves examines the continuing impact of the celebrated science fiction tales of author Jules Verne in various forms of entertainment, including the cycle of story and character reinterpretation as the many adaptations are remade over time. This title should appeal to readers interested in the relationship between literature, theater, and film.