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Telling it again and again; repetition in literature and film [by] Bruce F. Kawin.

Ithaca [N.Y.] Cornell University Press [1972] .
ISBN 9780801406980, 0801406986

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Subjects Film.
Repetition (Rhetoric)
Repetition in motion pictures.
Description viii, 197 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-190).
Contents Introduction -- 1. Destructive repetition -- "Joke worn thin by repetition" -- Inappropriate repetition compulsion -- Habit -- Hemingway -- The falsification of reality -- 2. Emphasizing, echoing, building, and complicating -- From emphasis to experience -- King Lear -- Miracle of the Rose -- Pornography and the horror film -- 3. Eternity in an hour -- Repetition in reverse: Purgatory, The Blacks, and The Exterminating Angel -- From Combray to Marienbad -- Freedom from history -- Love Letters -- 4. The continuous present -- Time in art -- Gertrude Stein -- Stein and Beckett: beginning again -- Theatre and the continuous present -- Art and experience -- Alain Resnais -- 5. Jam today -- Beyond logic: repetition as syntax -- Constantine in Berlin.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)215770
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WorldCat Identities Kawin, Bruce F., 1945-
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