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Los Olvidados

Author : Mark Polizzotti
ISBN : UCSC:32106018751690
Genre : Performing Arts
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This is the first book in English to concentrate exclusively on Los Olvidados and it seeks to present a concise but complete overview of the film, its history, production, and influence.

Los Olvidados

Author : Todd Daniel DeStigter
ISBN : UOM:39015037778621
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Bu Uel And Mexico

Author : Ernesto R. Acevedo-Muñoz
ISBN : 9780520239524
Genre : History
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The first extended study of Bunuel's Mexican films, which consititute a significant but neglected part of the great film maker's career.

The Exterminating Angel And Los Olvidados

Author : Luis Buñuel
ISBN : UCSC:32106012375306
Genre : Performing Arts
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Spanish Culture Behind Barbed Wire

Author : Francie Cate-Arries
ISBN : 0838755461
Genre : History
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By the end of the Spanish Civil War in March of 1939, almost 500,000 Spaniards had fled Francisco Franco's newly established military dictatorship. More than 275,000 refugees in France were immediately interned in hastily constructed concentration camps, most of which were located along the open shorelines of France's southernmost beaches. This book chronicles the cultural memory of this war refugee population whose stories as camp inmates in the early 1940s remain largely unknown, unlike the wide dissemination of the literature and testimony of the survivors of Nazi death camps. The hidden history of France's seaside camps for Spanish Republicans spawned a rich legacy of cultural works that dramatically demonstrate how a displaced political community began to reconstitute itself from the ruins of war, literally from the sands of exile. Combining close textual analyses of memoirs, poetry, drama, and fiction with a carefully researched historical perspective, Spanish Culture behind Barbed Wire Investigates how the most significant literature of the early post-civil war exile period appropriated the concentration camp as a discursive vehicle.

Discourse

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ISBN : UCAL:B5122104
Genre : Communication
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Culture And Customs Of Mexico

Author : Peter Standish
ISBN : 0313304122
Genre : Social Science
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This book offers a deeper understanding of Mexico's history, institutions, religion, cultural output, leisure, and social customs.

Cold War Exiles In Mexico

Author : Rebecca Mina Schreiber
ISBN : 9780816643073
Genre : Social Science
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The onset of the Cold War in the 1940s and 1950s precipitated the exile of many U.S. writers, artists, and filmmakers to Mexico. Rebecca M. Schreiber illuminates the work of these cultural exiles in Mexico City and Cuernavaca and reveals how their artistic collaborations formed a vital and effective culture of resistance.

The Child In Contemporary Latin American Cinema

Author : Deborah Martin
ISBN : 9781137528223
Genre : PERFORMING ARTS
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What is the child for Latin American cinema? This book aims to answer that question, tracing the common tendencies of the representation of the child in the cinema of Latin American countries, and demonstrating the place of the child in the movements, genres and styles that have defined that cinema. Deborah Martin combines theoretical readings of the child in cinema and culture, with discussions of the place of the child in specific national, regional and political contexts, to develop in-depth analyses and establish regional comparisons and trends. She pays particular attention to the narrative and stylistic techniques at play in the creation of the child's perspective, and to ways in which the presence of the child precipitates experiments with film aesthetics. Bringing together fresh readings of well-known films with attention to a range of little-studied works, The Child in Contemporary Latin American Cinema examines films from the recent and contemporary period, focussing on topics such as the death of the child in 'street child' films, the role of the child in post-dictatorship filmmaking and the use of child characters to challenge gender and sexual ideologies. The book also aims to place those analyses in a historical context, tracing links with important precursors, and paying attention to the legacy of the child's figuring in the mid-century movements of melodrama and the New Latin American Cinema.

Hispania

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ISBN : UCAL:B3886632
Genre : Spanish language
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Vol. 1 includes "Organization number," published Nov. 1917.

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