Signatures of the Visible

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Routledge, Jan 29, 2016 - Performing Arts - 360 pages
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In such celebrated works as Postmodernism: The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism, Fredric Jameson has established himself as one of America‘s most observant cultural commentators. In Signatures of the Visible, Jameson turns his attention to cinema - the artform that has replaced the novel as the defining cultural form of our time. Histori
 

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Not for the faint of heart or the deficient in vocabulary, but for those of us who believe that criticism points out the good and the bad, and uncovers what is not obvious, this is a worthwhile read. Hmmm. Think it's time to read it again. Ah, so many books, so little time.... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
PART I
9
PART II
210
NOTES
315
INDEX
339
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Fredric Jameson is one of the most respected cultural critics working in America today and one of postmodernism's most savage critics. Currently William A. Lane Professor of Comparative Literature and Romance Studies at Duke University, he is the author of The Political Unconscious.

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