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FROM HANOI TO HOLLYWOOD - The Vietnam War in American Film - Dittmar, Linda; Michaud, Gene (editors)
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1990, ISBN: 9780813515861

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New York: Haskell House, 1972. Cabell was born and lived most of his life in Richmond, Virginia; though he wintered in Florida until the death of his first wife in 1949, and eventually retired there. He matriculated at the College of William and Mary in 1894 at the age of fifteen and graduated in 1898. While an undergraduate, Cabell taught French and Greek at the College. He worked from 1898 to 1900 as a newpaper reporter in New York City, but returned to Richmond in 1901, where he continued to work as a reporter. 1901 was an eventful year for Cabell: his first stories were accepted for publication, and he was suspected of the murder of John Scott, a wealthy Richmonder. In 1902, seven of his first stories appeared in national magazines. Between 1911 and 1913, he was employed by his uncle in the office of the Branch coalmines in West Virginia. On November 8, 1913, he married Priscilla Bradley Shepherd. In 1915 a son, Ballard Hartwell Cabell, was born. Priscilla died in March of 1949; Cabell remarried in June of 1950 to Margaret Waller Freeman. During his life, he published fifty-two books, including novels, genealogy, collections of short stories, poetry, and miscellanea. He was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1937. Today, the modern languages house and an endowed law professorship at the College of William and Mary are named in his honor. Cabell died of a cerebral hemorrhage. He is buried in Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond. In 1970, Virginia Commonwealth University, also located in Richmond, named its main campus library "James Branch Cabell Library" in his honor, and the undergraduate literary journal at the university is named Poictesme after the fictional province in his novel Jurgen. First issued by The Centaur Bookshop in 1924.. Second Printing. Cloth. New/No Jacket, as Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Haskell House, 1972, New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1990. (xv) 387 pp. Green cloth lettered in silver on the spine; headband; illustrated with black and white photographs. Light wear on the corners of the dustjacket; no interior markings. The Chapters are: INTRODUCTION: America's Vietnam War Films: Marching Toward Denial by Linda Dittmar and Gene Michaud. ONE: Wide Angles: History in the Remaking: Historical Memory Film and the Vietnam Era by Michael Klein; Losing Vietnam: Covering the War in an Age of Technology by Rick Berg; The War about the War: Vietnam Films and American Myth by Leo Cawley; They Were Called and They Went: The Political Rehabilitation of the Vietnam Veteran by Harry W. Haines. TWO: Close-ups: Representation in Detail: Never Having to Say You're Sorry: Rambo's Rewriting of the Vietnam War by Gaylyn Studlar and David Desser; Rambo: Getting to Win This Time by Gregory A. Waller; Missing in Action: The Vietnam Construction of the Movie Star by Tony Williams; The Politics of Ambivalence: Apocalypse Now as Prowar and Antiwar Film by Frank P. Tomasulo; The Deer Hunter: Superman in Vietnam by Leonard Quart. THREE: Other Frames: Subtext and Difference: The Colonialist Subtext in Platoon by Clyde Taylor; Night of the Living Dead: A Horror Film about the Horrors of the Vietnam Era by Sumiko Higashi; Boys Will Be Men: Oedipal Drama in Coming Home by Michael Selig; Reproducing Fathers: Gender and the Vietnam War in U.S. Culture by Susan Jeffords; Portrait of a Disabled Vietnam Veteran: Alex Cutter of Cutter's Way by Martin F. Norden; Strange Hells: Hollywood in Search of America's Lost War by Keven Bowen. FOUR: Other Forms: Documenting the Vietnam War by David E. James; Imaging the Other: Representations of Vietnam in Sixties Political Documentary by Michael Renov; We Aren't on the Wrong Side - We ARE the Wrong Side: Peter Davis Targets American Hearts and Minds by David Grosser; Dear America: Transparency Authority and Interpretation in a Vietnam War Documentary by Barry Dornfeld; followed by: Appendix A: Chronology: The United States Vietnam and American Film; Appendix B: Selected Filmography: The Vietnam War on Film; and an index.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo., Rutgers University Press, 1990

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London: Collins. Hardcover. 4to - over 9?" - 12" tall Very rare. 32pp. incl many plates, b/w & col. Stitching of the 2 sections loose, o/w text block fine and unmarked. Pictorial boards a little rubbed. Dust wrapper well preserved by its plastic cover. Enchanting story of v. close relationship between a toddler and a baby elephant in E. Africa. . Good. 1966. First Edition., Collins, 1966, New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1990. (xv) 387 pp. Green cloth lettered in silver on the spine; headband; illustrated with black and white photographs. Light wear on the corners of the dustjacket; no interior markings. The Chapters are: INTRODUCTION: America's Vietnam War Films: Marching Toward Denial by Linda Dittmar and Gene Michaud. ONE: Wide Angles: History in the Remaking: Historical Memory Film and the Vietnam Era by Michael Klein; Losing Vietnam: Covering the War in an Age of Technology by Rick Berg; The War about the War: Vietnam Films and American Myth by Leo Cawley; They Were Called and They Went: The Political Rehabilitation of the Vietnam Veteran by Harry W. Haines. TWO: Close-ups: Representation in Detail: Never Having to Say You're Sorry: Rambo's Rewriting of the Vietnam War by Gaylyn Studlar and David Desser; Rambo: Getting to Win This Time by Gregory A. Waller; Missing in Action: The Vietnam Construction of the Movie Star by Tony Williams; The Politics of Ambivalence: Apocalypse Now as Prowar and Antiwar Film by Frank P. Tomasulo; The Deer Hunter: Superman in Vietnam by Leonard Quart. THREE: Other Frames: Subtext and Difference: The Colonialist Subtext in Platoon by Clyde Taylor; Night of the Living Dead: A Horror Film about the Horrors of the Vietnam Era by Sumiko Higashi; Boys Will Be Men: Oedipal Drama in Coming Home by Michael Selig; Reproducing Fathers: Gender and the Vietnam War in U.S. Culture by Susan Jeffords; Portrait of a Disabled Vietnam Veteran: Alex Cutter of Cutter's Way by Martin F. Norden; Strange Hells: Hollywood in Search of America's Lost War by Keven Bowen. FOUR: Other Forms: Documenting the Vietnam War by David E. James; Imaging the Other: Representations of Vietnam in Sixties Political Documentary by Michael Renov; We Aren't on the Wrong Side - We ARE the Wrong Side: Peter Davis Targets American Hearts and Minds by David Grosser; Dear America: Transparency Authority and Interpretation in a Vietnam War Documentary by Barry Dornfeld; followed by: Appendix A: Chronology: The United States Vietnam and American Film; Appendix B: Selected Filmography: The Vietnam War on Film; and an index.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo., Rutgers University Press, 1990

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[EAN: 9780813515861], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey], MOVIE FILM MOTION PICTURE CINEMA TIE IN; SHORT TIMERS; FULL METAL JACKET; PLATOON; VIETNAM WAR;, Performing Arts|Film|History & Criticism, Jacket, (xv) 387 pp. Green cloth lettered in silver on the spine; headband; illustrated with black and white photographs. Light wear on the corners of the dustjacket; no interior markings. The Chapters are: INTRODUCTION: America's Vietnam War Films: Marching Toward Denial by Linda Dittmar and Gene Michaud. ONE: Wide Angles: History in the Remaking: Historical Memory Film and the Vietnam Era by Michael Klein; Losing Vietnam: Covering the War in an Age of Technology by Rick Berg; The War about the War: Vietnam Films and American Myth by Leo Cawley; They Were Called and They Went: The Political Rehabilitation of the Vietnam Veteran by Harry W. Haines. TWO: Close-ups: Representation in Detail: Never Having to Say You're Sorry: Rambo's Rewriting of the Vietnam War by Gaylyn Studlar and David Desser; Rambo: Getting to Win This Time by Gregory A. Waller; Missing in Action: The Vietnam Construction of the Movie Star by Tony Williams; The Politics of Ambivalence: Apocalypse Now as Prowar and Antiwar Film by Frank P. Tomasulo; The Deer Hunter: Superman in Vietnam by Leonard Quart. THREE: Other Frames: Subtext and Difference: The Colonialist Subtext in Platoon by Clyde Taylor; Night of the Living Dead: A Horror Film about the Horrors of the Vietnam Era by Sumiko Higashi; Boys Will Be Men: Oedipal Drama in Coming Home by Michael Selig; Reproducing Fathers: Gender and the Vietnam War in U.S. Culture by Susan Jeffords; Portrait of a Disabled Vietnam Veteran: Alex Cutter of Cutter's Way by Martin F. Norden; Strange Hells: Hollywood in Search of America's Lost War by Keven Bowen. FOUR: Other Forms: Documenting the Vietnam War by David E. James; Imaging the Other: Representations of Vietnam in Sixties Political Documentary by Michael Renov; We Aren't on the Wrong Side - We ARE the Wrong Side: Peter Davis Targets American Hearts and Minds by David Grosser; Dear America: Transparency Authority and Interpretation in a Vietnam War Documentary by Barry Dornfeld; followed by: Appendix A: Chronology: The United States Vietnam and American Film; Appendix B: Selected Filmography: The Vietnam War on Film; and an index. Size: 8vo

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