Intimate Relationships in Cinema; Literature and Visual Culture

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This edited volume; Intimate Relationships in Cinema; Literature and Visual Culture (PDF) is an inquiry into the representation of intimate relationships in a diverse array of media including arts; cinema; literature; advertising; picture books; and popular music. It examines the artistic portrayal of intimate relationships as a subversion of the boundaries between the non-representable and the representable; the visceral and the ideal; the real and the surreal; the embodied and the abstracted; the configured and transfigured. The essays focus on the artistic mediation of intimacy in diverse relationships; including same-sex; heterosexual; sibling; familial; political; and sadomasochistic. The collection offers new interdisciplinary and multicultural perspectives on current trends in the study of popular representations of intimacy; representations that affect and formulate people’s most personal inspirations; angsts; desires; dreams; and nightmares in an increasingly alienated; industrialized world.

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book-author

Gilad Padva, Nurit Buchweitz

publisher

Palgrave Macmillan

file-type

PDF

pages

246 pages

language

English

asin

B0765QPF79

isbn10

3319552805; 3319856162

isbn13

9783319552804/ 9783319856162

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Front Matter ….Pages i-xvi
Introduction (Gilad Padva, Nurit Buchweitz)….Pages 1-21
Front Matter ….Pages 23-23
Fifty Shades of Guilty Pleasure (Sara K. Howe, Antonnet Renae Johnson)….Pages 25-35
Vitalities and Fatalities in Intimate Relationships in Etgar Keret’s Graphic Narratives (Nurit Buchweitz)….Pages 37-48
Intimacy in Crisis: Family Dysfunction in Israeli Literature for Preschool Readers (Einat Baram Eshel)….Pages 49-62
Front Matter ….Pages 63-63
An Intimate Adaptation (Jelena Borojević)….Pages 65-73
Fellini’s Satyricon: Bacchanalias and Sexual Politics in Imperial Rome and Modern Italy (José Maurício Saldanha-Álvarez)….Pages 75-85
Reimagining the 1970s: Romance, Sleaze and Obscenity in Bombay Cinema (Ankita Deb)….Pages 87-102
Front Matter ….Pages 103-103
David Wojnarowicz’s Poetics: Magnifying Homosexual Male Bodies, Exalting Queer Intimacies (Mélanie Grué)….Pages 105-119
Marco Berger: Homoaffectivity through Cinematic Queered Continuums (William Daniel Holcombe)….Pages 121-133
Hidden Desires: Cinematic Representations of Man/Boy Love (Kylo-Patrick R. Hart)….Pages 135-144
Girl Meets Girl: Sexual Sitings in Lesbian Romantic Comedies (Kelly McWilliam)….Pages 145-155
Front Matter ….Pages 157-157
Controlling the Mind for the Body: The Deintellectualization of Women within the American Gothic (Matthew E. Martin)….Pages 159-168
Beyond the Duality of Intimacy and Intimidation: La double vie de Véronique and the Reclamation of Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Ethical Kernel after 1989 (Man-tat Terence Leung)….Pages 169-181
Front Matter ….Pages 183-183
Utopian Transgressions: Intimate Relationships across Social Boundaries (Miri Talmon)….Pages 185-197
The Epistemology of the Ethnic Closet: Interracial Intimacy and Unconditional Love in Ian Iqbal Rashid’s A Touch of Pink (Gilad Padva)….Pages 199-212
Front Matter ….Pages 213-213
Romantic Relationships and Sexuality in Hebrew Advertisements 1967–1977 (Avivit Agam Dali)….Pages 215-226
Vulgar Lyrics in Nigeria’s Twenty-First-Century Popular Music: St. Janet and Olamide (Badoo) (Ayokunle Olumuyiwa Omobowale, Dauda Adermi Busari, Mofeyisara Oluwatoyin Omobowale, Olugbenga Samuel Falase)….Pages 227-236
Back Matter ….Pages 237-246

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