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T. Jefferson Kline
Abstract: Although Bertolucci alludes to Stendhal's "The Charterhouse of Parma" as the source for "Before the Revolution", the film
appears unfaithful to the novel's plot. Bertolucci uses the issue of stylistic adaptation as the fulcrum of a cinematic revolution
parallel to Godard's anti-Bazanian work of the same period.
Abstract: This paper focuses on the Gothic romance film of the 1940s, its place within the Gothic genre and the relationship between
its textual variations and the historical situation of American women. For although the Gothic mode has always permitted the
articulation of feminine fear, anger, and distrust of the patriarchal order, the films of the war and post-war period place
an unusual emphasis on the affirmation of feminine perception, interpretation, and lived experience.
Abstract: This new account of early US filmmaking argues that the Patents Company and independents operated similarly. Both factions
formed distribution combinations, organizing efficient and profitable alliances to secure an economic dominance. Furthermore,
Patent members did not cling to their alliance when it was threatened but sought competitively viable options.
Charles H. Harpole
E. Ann Kaplan, Thomas E. Erffmeyer