Shadows on the Screen: Tanizaki Junʼichirō on Cinema and "Oriental" Aesthetics

Shadows on the Screen Tanizaki Jun ichir on Cinema and Oriental Aesthetics In recent years the impact of new media and new technologies has renewed interest in the emergence of cinema and film criticism Yet studies to date have focused almost exclusively on western cinema a

  • Title: Shadows on the Screen: Tanizaki Junʼichirō on Cinema and "Oriental" Aesthetics
  • Author: Thomas Lamarre
  • ISBN: 9781929280322
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In recent years, the impact of new media and new technologies has renewed interest in the emergence of cinema and film criticism Yet studies to date have focused almost exclusively on western cinema and problems of western modernity Shadows on the Screen offers a challenging new reevaluation of these issues In addition to extensively annotated translations of the long nIn recent years, the impact of new media and new technologies has renewed interest in the emergence of cinema and film criticism Yet studies to date have focused almost exclusively on western cinema and problems of western modernity Shadows on the Screen offers a challenging new reevaluation of these issues In addition to extensively annotated translations of the long neglected film work of the celebrated Japanese writer, Tanizaki Jun ichiro, LaMarre offers a series of commentaries with an original and sustained analysis of how Tanizaki grappled with the temporal paradoxes of non western modernity in his film work Written largely between 1917 and 1926, Tanizaki s film stories and screenplays continue to delight and disturb readers with their exploration of the racial and sexual perversion implicit in the newly cinematized modern world.

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    1. love the threads of logic he made, and love the way he deals with the cinematic materials in a cinematic way

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