Beyond the Stars: Locales in American popular film

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Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1993 - 254 pages
In this volume of theBeyond the Starsseries, the subject of the various individual essays are discrete conventions of movie locales, but the subject of the volume as a whole-as with the other books in the series-is the viability of film convention studies as a tool for the study of film and American culture.

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This is the final volume in a series presenting new scholarship on American movie conventions deemed worthy of study because they are markers or indicators of the belief system of the culture that ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
The Arab World as Place
72
The Southern Landscape in Contemporary Films
103
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