Reframing Culture: The Case of the Vitagraph Quality Films - Princeton Legacy Library 234 by William Uricchio
The work of Shakespeare and Dante or the characters of George Washington and Moses do not often fall into the popular concepts of silent cinema. However, between 1907 and 1910,…
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The work of Shakespeare and Dante or the characters of George Washington and Moses do not often fall into the popular concepts of silent cinema. However, between 1907 and 1910, Fethine often used these materials to produce "quality" films that were published "respectable" William Orechio and Roberta Pearson put these films in the age of immigration, labor unrest and xenophobia in the United States to explore the cultural views promoted by films and ways targeted by the public - the middle class as well as workers and immigrants - related to what he saw.
the quality Through the falsification of the cultural consensus on issues such as national and moral, and reveal the sudden bottom-down negotiations of the meanings of these films This book distributes chapters on the literary, historical and written topics used by Vitagraph, and depends on plays, plays, textbooks and even advertising products to highlight the conditions of production and reception Offers a detailed look at one aspect of the film industry's shift from "nuisance cheap entertainment" to the mainstream of the nation, showing how cultural elites are engaged in a similar struggle for American academics today on the literary canon and National values. .
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