The Artist as Monster: The Cinema of David Cronenberg

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'Essential reading for any fan of the filmmaker.' -- Matthew Hays Mirror 'Timely and insightful ... Highly recommended to anyone interested in the compelling and disturbing work of the eminence grise of contemporary English-Canadian art-cinema.' -- Scott McKenzie British Journal of Canadian Studies 'Beard's interpretation of Cronenberg's cinema is original and unique ... A fascinating and rigorous critical examination.' -- Thomas Caldwell Screening the Past 'A painstaking and meticulous analysis of the films.' -- Marc Horton Edmonton Journal 'The Artist as Monster offers the most thorough and balanced account of David Cronenberg ever published ... Eminently readable and intellectually (as well as emotionally) engaging.' -- Monique Tschofen Canadian Literature 'Beard is less interested in Cronenberg's "authorial sensibility" than in D.H. Lawrence's "Never trust the artist. Trust the tale." He has a sense of the film itself thinking. This allows him to argue with Cronenberg and, as a critic, to go even farther with the films than Cronenberg, as his own critic, may be willing to do.' -- Greil Marcus Bookforum 'The Artist as Monster is essential reading in Cronenberg studies.' -- Suzie S.F. Young Science Fiction Studies

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'A painstaking and meticulous analysis of the films.' -- Marc Horton 'The Artist as Monster offers the most thorough and balanced account of David Cronenberg ever published ... Eminently readable and intellectually (as well as emotionally) engaging.' -- Monique Tschofen 'Beard is less interested in Cronenberg's "authorial sensibility" than in D.H. Lawrence's "Never trust the artist. Trust the tale." He has a sense of the film itself thinking. This allows him to argue with Cronenberg and, as a critic, to go even farther with the films than Cronenberg, as his own critic, may be willing to do.' -- Greil Marcus 'The Artist as Monster is essential reading in Cronenberg studies.' -- Suzie S.F. Young 'Essential reading for any fan of the filmmaker.' -- Matthew Hays 'Timely and insightful ... Highly recommended to anyone interested in the compelling and disturbing work of the eminence grise of contemporary English-Canadian art-cinema.' -- Scott McKenzie 'Beard's interpretation of Cronenberg's cinema is original and unique ... A fascinating and rigorous critical examination.' -- Thomas Caldwell

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Verlag: University of Toronto Press, (2006)
ISBN 10: 0802038077 ISBN 13: 9780802038074
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Buchbeschreibung University of Toronto Press, 2006. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Sehr gut. 568 Seiten kleine Lagerspuren am Buch, Druckstelle quer über die Covervorderseite, Inhalt einwandfrei und ungelesen 236161 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 915. Artikel-Nr. 113989

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