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by Leonard Quart,Albert Auster


LEONARD QUART is Associate Professor of Cinema Studies at the College of Staten Island CUNY and is on the . He is coauthor with Albert Auster of American Film and Society

He is coauthor with Albert Auster of American Film and Society. Since 1945 and a contributor to a wide variety of film and general magazines. Paperback: 190 pages.

How the War Was Remembered by Albert Auster and Leonard Quart is a full-length treatment of filmic portrayals of the Vietnam War. From Samuel Fuller's China Gate to Francis Coppala's Apocalypse Now they examine the major works of an ever growing genre. The book is divided into four parts. The first deals with the genre, and the other three specific types within the genre. One way to analyze the intensely conflicting feelings Americans hold toward the Vietnam War is to see how the war has been portrayed through film. How the War Was Remembered is the first book to analyze Vietnam War films, beginning with China Gate, and ending with Hamburger Hill.

How the War War Remembered is a valuable read. He is the author of Actresses and Suffragists: Women in the American Theater: 1890-1920 and coauthor with Leonard Quart of American Film and Society. Since 1945, and has contributed to many other magazines. the definitive critical text on the Vietnam cinema. This is one of the few readable books about Vietnam Films.

by Albert Auster and Leonard Quart. How the War Was Remembered is the first book to analyze Vietnam War films. Auster and Quart create a typology of these films based on their connection to sociohistorical currents such as the Wounded Hero, Superman, Hunter/Hero, and the Survivor.

This is the first book to analyze Vietnam War films, beginning with China Gate and ending with Hamburger Hill. Auster and Quart create a typology of these films based on their connection to sociohistorical currents and combine aesthetic analysis with a social, cultural and historical critique. How The War Was Remembered: Hollywood And Vietnam.

Albert Auster, Leonard Quart.

thirysomething: Television, Women, and Work, Albert Auster and Leonard Quart, Lexington Books, 2007. How the War was Remembered: Hollywood & Vietnam, Albert Auster and Leonard Quart, Praeger, 1988. Actresses and Suffragists, Prager Publishers In. 1984.

Leonard Quart, Albert Auster. He is the co-author of books including The Films of Mike Leigh and How the War was Remembered: Hollywood and Vietnam (Praeger, 1988)

Leonard Quart, Albert Auster. Although films rarely act as mirror reflections of everyday reality, they are, nevertheless, powerful cultural expressions of the dreams and desires of the American public. He is the co-author of books including The Films of Mike Leigh and How the War was Remembered: Hollywood and Vietnam (Praeger, 1988).

Leonard Quart and Albert Auster, ‘The Working Class Goes to Hollywood’, in Philip Davies and Brian Neve (eds), Cinema, Politics and Society in America (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1981) pp. 163–75. 27. Albert Auster and Leonard Quart, ‘Saturday Night Fever’, Cineaste, VIII, 4 (Winter, 1978) pp. 36–7. 31. Albert Auster and Leonard Quart, ‘Hollywood and Vietnam: The Triumph of the Will’, Cineaste, IX, 3 (Spring, 1979) pp. 4–. oogle Scholar. Authors and Affiliations.

How the War Was Remembered: Hollywood & Vietnam. Albert Auster, Leonard Quart. The War Film and Vietnam The War that Dared Not Speak Its Name: Wounded Heroes and Superman Hunter-Heroes and Survivors Confronting Vietnam. The Films of Mike Leigh: Losing Track of Who You Are: Abigail's Party. Ray Carney, Leonard Quart.

One way to analyze the intensely conflicting feelings Americans hold toward the Vietnam War is to see how the war has been portrayed through film. How the War Was Remembered is the first book to analyze Vietnam War films. Auster and Quart create a typology of these films based on their connection to sociohistorical currents such as the Wounded Hero, Superman, Hunter/Hero, and the Survivor. They also combine aesthetic analysis with a social, historical, and cultural critique. How the War Was Remembered by Albert Auster and Leonard Quart is a full-length treatment of filmic portrayals of the Vietnam War. From Samuel Fuller's China Gate to Francis Coppala's Apocalypse Now they examine the major works of an ever growing genre. The book is divided into four parts. The first deals with the genre, and the other three specific types within the genre. Notes, a bibliography, and an index complete the volume. Communication Booknotes

One way to analyze the intensely conflicting feelings Americans hold toward the Vietnam War is to see how the war has been portrayed through film. How the War Was Remembered is the first book to analyze Vietnam War films, beginning with China Gate, and ending with Hamburger Hill. Included are analyses of all the major films about the Vietnam War, including Green Berets, The Deerhunter, Apocalypse Now, The Killing Fields, Rambo, Platoon, and Full Metal Jacket, and others. Auster and Quart create a typology of these films based on their connection to socio-historical currents such as the Wounded Hero, Superman, Hunter/Hero, and the Survivor. They also combine aesthetic analysis with a social, historical, and cultural critique.

How the War Was Remembered: Hollywood and Vietnam epub download

ISBN13: 978-0275924799

ISBN: 0275924793

Author: Leonard Quart,Albert Auster

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Praeger; First Edition edition (October 12, 1988)

Pages: 190 pages

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