Affective Intensities And Evolving Horror Forms

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Affective Intensities And Evolving Horror Forms

Author : Adam Daniel
ISBN : 1474456359
Genre : Horror films
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Horror cinema is a genre that is undergoing constant evolution, from the sub-genre of 'found footage,' to post-cinematic new media forms such as Youtube horror, horror video games and cinematic virtual reality horror. By investigating how these new forms alter the dynamics of spectatorship, this book charts how cinema's affective capacities have shifted in relation to these modifications in the forms of cinematic horror. It applies a rich theoretical synthesis of phenomenological and Deleuzian approaches to a number of case studies, including films like The Blair Witch Project, Paranormal Activity and Creep as well as video games such as 'Alien: Isolation' and new media forms such as Youtube horror and virtual reality horror.
Category: Horror films

The Streaming Of Hill House

Author : Kevin J. Wetmore, Jr.
ISBN : 9781476638836
Genre : Performing Arts
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Netflix's The Haunting of Hill House has received both critical acclaim and heaps of contempt for its reimagining of Shirley Jackson's seminal horror novel. Some found Mike Flanagan's series inventive, respectful and terrifying. Others believed it denigrated and diminished its source material, with some even calling it a "betrayal" of Jackson. Though the novel has produced a great deal of scholarship, this is the first critical collection to look at the television series. Featuring all new essays from noted scholars and award-winning horror authors, this collection goes beyond comparing the novel and the Netflix adaptation to look at the series through the lenses of gender, architecture, education, hauntology, addiction, and trauma studies including analysis of the show in the context of 9/11 and #Me Too. Specific essays compare the series with other texts, from Flanagan's other films and other adaptations of Jackson's novel, to the television series Supernatural, Toni Morrison's Beloved and the 2018 film Hereditary. Together, this collection probes a terrifying television series about how scary reality can truly be, usually because of what it says about our lives in America today.
Category: Performing Arts

A Critical Companion To Terrence Malick

Author : Joshua Sikora
ISBN : 9781793608635
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"This collection presents comprehensive, unique scholarly analyses of Terrence Malick's films through the lenses of philosophy, poetry, cinema, and theology"--
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Calcutta Review

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ISBN : IND:30000005096965
Genre : India
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Category: India

How To Do Things With Affects

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ISBN : 9789004397712
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Shifting the focus from human interiority toward the agency of cultural objects, social arrangements and aesthetic matter, How to Do Things with Affects examines the affective operations and transmissions triggered by various aesthetic forms, media events and cultural practices.
Category: Literary Criticism

Horror Films

Author : Richard H. W. Dillard
ISBN : STANFORD:36105036511785
Genre : Horror films
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Category: Horror films

Gombrowicz Polish Modernism And The Subversion Of Form

Author : Michael Goddard
ISBN : 9781557535528
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Gombrowicz, Polish Modernism, and the Subversion of Form provides a new and comprehensive account of the writing and thought of the Polish writer Witold Gombrowicz. While Gombrowicz is probably the key Polish modernist writer, with a stature in his native Poland equivalent to that of Joyce or Beckett in the English language, he remains little known in English. As well as providing a commentary on his novels, plays, and short stories, this book for the first time sets Gombrowicz's writing in the context of contemporary cultural theory. The author performs a detailed examination of Gombrowicz's major literary and theatrical work, showing how his conception of form is highly resonant with contemporary, postmodern theories of identity. This book is the essential companion to one of Eastern Europe's most important literary figures whose work, banned by the Nazis and suppressed by Poland's Communist government, has only recently become well known in the West.
Category: Literary Criticism

Ordnance

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ISBN : UOM:39015030835410
Genre : Ordnance
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The Concise Oxford Companion To English Literature

Author : Margaret Drabble
ISBN : UOM:39015070769271
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Based on the best-selling Oxford Companion to English Literature, this is an indispensable, compact guide to all aspects of English literature. Over 5,500 entries give unrivalled coverage of writers, works, historical context, literary theory, allusions, characters, and plot summaries.Discursive feature entries supply a wealth of information about important genres in literature.For the 3rd edition, the dictionary has been fully revised and updated. It now includes expanded coverage of world authors including notable authors in translation, coverage of new authors and titles, and new feature entries on short stories and metre. The appendices listing literary prize-winners,including the Nobel, Man Booker, and Pulitzer prizes, have all been updated. There is also a new timeline, chronicling the development of literature from its origins up to the present day.Written originally by a team of more than 140 distinguished contributors working under prizewinning author Margaret Drabble's editorial direction, and extensively updated and expanded for this new edition, this book provides essential reference for English students, teachers, and all other readersof literature in English.
Category: Literary Criticism

St James Guide To Horror Ghost Gothic Writers

Author : St James Press
ISBN : UOM:49015002922251
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Provides background information and a critical evaluation of authors of horror, ghost and gothic fiction, and lists each author's works in these fields and in other genres.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

New Makers Of Modern Culture

Author : Justin Wintle
ISBN : 0415425530
Genre : Social Science
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"An abridgement of the two-volume reference set New makers of modern culture (2006), which in turn was a re-compilation of two earlier volumes, Makers of modern culture (1981) and Makers of nineteenth century culture (1982)"--Introduction.
Category: Social Science

Twentieth Century Literary Criticism

Author : Gale Research Company
ISBN : UOM:39015068882144
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Excerpts from criticism of the works of novelists, poets, playwrights, and other creative writers, 1900-1960.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Tightrope Walkers

Author : Giorgio Melchiori
ISBN : UOM:39015063742160
Genre : English literature
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The Lancet Clinic

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ISBN : UOM:39015069804527
Genre : Medicine
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Category: Medicine

Vital Dust

Author : Christian De Duve
ISBN : UCSD:31822028296507
Genre : Science
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Is the emergence of life on Earth the result of a single chance event or combination of lucky accidents, or is it the outcome of biochemical forces woven into the fabric of the universe? And if inevitable, what are these forces, and how do they account not only for the origin of life but also for its evolution toward increasing complexity? Vital Dust is a groundbreaking history of life on Earth, a history that only someone of Chrisitian de Duve's stature and erudition could have written.
Category: Science