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The Artist as Monster: The Cinema of David Cronenberg

William Beard. The Artist as Monster: The Cinema of David Cronenberg Authors:William Beard.
Publisher:University of Toronto Press
Year:2006
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Pages:550
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Price:4159 rub.
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David Cronenberg is one of the most fascinating filmmakers in the world today. His provocative work has stimulated debate and received major retrospectives in museums, galleries, and cinematheques around the world. William Beard’s The Artist as Monster was the first book-length scholarly work in English on Cronenberg’s films, analyzing all of his features from Stereo (1969) to Crash (1996). In this paperback edition, Beard includes new chapters on eXistenZ (1999) and Spider (2002). Through close readings and visual analyses, Beard argues that the structure of Cronenberg’s cinema is based on a dichotomy between, on the one hand, order, reason, repression, and control, and on the other, liberation, sexuality, disease, and the disintegration of self and of the boundaries that define society. The instigating figure in the films is a scientist character who, as Cronenberg evolves as a filmmaker, gradually metamorphoses into an artist, with the ground of...

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