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Main (Gardner) Stacks PN2287.G55 A68 2001 Contents via Google books. Agee, James. David Wark Griffith. In: Great film directors : a critical anthology / edited by Leo Braudy and Morris Dickstein New York : Oxford University Press, 1978 UCB Main Stack PN1998.A2.G74. Allen, Michael.
Family secrets : the feature films of D.W. Griffith / Michael Allen. London: British Film Institute, 1999. Main Stack PN1998.3.G76 A45 1999. Altman, Rick. Dickens, Griffith, and Film Theory Today. In: Silent Film / edited, and with an thesis submission, introduction by Richard Abel.
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Arvidson, Linda When the Movies Were Young, by essay, Mrs. Distance Problems. D. Philosophy Of Religion Essay. W. Griffith (Linda Arvidson) New York, E. P. Dutton Company [c1925]. UCB Main PN1994 .G75 1925. Aumont, J. Griffith: the frame, the democracy figure. Philosophy Of Religion Questions. In: Early cinema: space-frame-narrative / edited by Thomas Elsaesser with Adam Barker. p. 348-59. London : BFI Publishing, 1990. Grad Svcs PN1993.5.A1.E3 1990 Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services. Main Stack PN1993.5.A1.E3 1990 MoffittPN1993.5.A1.E3 1990. Barry, Iris D. W. Griffith, American Film Master . With an annotated list of films by debate essay, Eileen Bowser. Philosophy Of Religion Essay. New York, Museum of Modern Art; distributed by Doubleday, Garden City, N.Y. .
UCB Main PN1998.A3.G7 B3 1965 UCB Main PN1998.A3 G7 B3 (1940 edition) Bean, Jennifer M. D. W. Construction Thesis. Griffith, Families and the Origins of American Narrative Cinema. Philosophy Of Religion Questions. In: A family affair : cinema calls home / edited by Murray Pomerance. London ; New York : Wallflower, 2008. Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.F35 F36 2008. Bernardi, Daniel The voice of whiteness: D. W. Griffith's Biograph films (1908-1913). In: The birth of whiteness : race and the emergence of U.S. cinema / edited by Daniel Bernardi. Essay Water. p. 103-28.
New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c1996. Main Stack PN1995.9.M56.B57 1996 Contents via Google books. Bitzer, G. W. Billy Bitzer: His Story. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1973. pp: 102-129. Of Religion Essay. Main Stack TR849.B57.A3 1973.
Brakhage, Stan. The Brakhage Lectures: Georges Melies, David Wark Griffith, Carl Theodore Dreyer, Sergei Eisenstein. Chicago, The GoodLion . NRLF B 3 569 759. Brown, Karl. Adventures with D. W. Griffith. New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux . UCB Main PN1998.A3 G72161. Brownlow, Kevin. D.W.
Griffith. In: The Parade's Gone By. New York, Knopf, 1968. Affirmative Debate. pp: 46-50. Main Stack PN1993.5.U6.B7 MoffittPN1993.5.U6.B7 1968b. Carluccio, Giulia. Verso il primo piano : attrazioni e racconto nel cinema americano, 1908-1909 : il caso Griffith-Biograph Bologna : CLUEB,  MAIN: PN1998.3.G76 C37 1999. Clarens, Carlos. Crime Movies: From Griffith to The Godfather and Beyond New York, Farrar, Straus. 1st ed.
New York: Norton, c1980. UCB Main PN1995.9.G3 .C5 1980 UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.G3 .C5 1980. Cohen, Paula Marantz Griffith, Gish, and the Narrative of the philosophy Face. In: Silent film the triumph of the essay water American myth / Paula Marantz Cohen. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001. Full-text available online (UC Berkeley users only) Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.75 .M37 2001 AVAILABLE. Corrigan, Timothy.
D.W. Griffith and philosophy questions the Birth of Classical Cinema from Literature. In: Film and Literature: An Introduction and Reader / Timothy Corrigan. pp: 19-25. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, c1999. UCB Moffitt PN1995.3 .C68 1999. Croy, Homer Star Maker; the Story of D. W. Debate Essay. Griffith.
Introd. by Mary Pickford. [1st ed.]. New York, Duell, Sloan and Pearce . UCB Bancroft F867.M6G7.C7. Deleuze, Gilles Griffith and Eisenstein. In: The Movement-Image / translated by Hugh Tomlinson and essay questions Barbara Habberjam. Minneapolis : University of affirmative action debate, Minnesota, c1986. Full-text available online (UC Berkeley users only) Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1994 .D39313 1986b.
D.W. Griffith. In: Lifetimes : the Great War to the stock market crash : American history through biography and philosophy essay questions primary documents / edited by edited by Neil A. Hamilton. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, c2002. Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy033/2001054700.html Main Stack E766.L48 2002. D.W. Griffith Sous la direction de Patrick Brion.
Paris: Equerre : Centre Georges Pompidou, c1982. Industrial Democracy. Series title: Cinema/pluriel. UCB Main PN1998.A3 G7331 1982. D.W. Griffith and the Biograph Company By Cooper C. Graham . Of Religion Essay Questions. [et al.]. Metuchen, N.J : Scarecrow Press, 1985.
Series title: Filmmakers series ; no. 10. UCB Main PN1998.A3 G73351 1985. D.W. Griffith: Colloque International Sous la direction de Jean Mottet. Paris : Publications de la Sorbonne: Editions L'Harmattan, c1984. UCB Main PN1998.A3 G7337 1984 UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 G7337 1984. D.W. Griffith father of debate essay, film [videorecording] An indepth look at the accomplishments of this outstanding U.S. filmmaker who transformed a carnival novelty into a new art form; presented here through silent film clips, newsreel clips and photographs, and interviews with his stars and colleagues.
154 min. Media Resources Center DVD X623. D.W. Griffith or genius American style. In: Great film directors : a critical anthology / edited by Leo Braudy and Morris Dickstein New York : Oxford University Press, 1978 UCB Main Stack PN1998.A2.G74. D.W. Philosophy Of Religion Essay Questions. Griffith Papers, 1897-1954: A Guide to the Microfilm Edition Produced by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York, the University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, Microfilming Corporation of America, Sanford, North Carolina. Sanford, N.C : The Corporation, 1982. UCB Main PN1998.A3A12 .D9 1982 UCB Ref/Bib PN1998.A3A12 .D9 1982. D.W.
Griffith Sous la direction de Patrick Brion. Paris: Equerre : Centre Georges Pompidou, c1982. Series title: Cinema/pluriel. UCB Main PN1998.A3 G7331 1982. Elsaesser, Thomas and Barker, Adam The continuity system : Griffith and beyond. In: Early cinema : space-frame-narrative / edited by Thomas Elsaesser with Adam Barker. London : BFI Publishing, 1990. Grad Svcs PN1993.5.A1.E3 1990 Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services. Main Stack PN1993.5.A1.E3 1990 MoffittPN1993.5.A1.E3 1990. Everson, William K. Griffith in the Twenties. In: American silent film / William K. Thesis Penn. Everson.
New York : Oxford University Press, 1978. Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.U6 E9 Moffitt PN1993.5.U6 E9 c.11. Philosophy Of Religion Questions. Fenin, George N. and William K. Everson. David W. Griffith and Thomas H. Ince, 1909-1913. In: The Western, From Silents to Cinerama, pp: Everson. New York, Orion Press [c1962]. UCB Bancroft F867.M6F39 UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.W4 .F4. The films of David Wark Griffith.
In: Great film directors : a critical anthology / edited by Leo Braudy and Morris Dickstein New York : Oxford University Press, 1978 UCB Main Stack PN1998.A2.G74. Fleming, Alice Mulcahey D.W. Material Management. Griffith. Philosophy Essay Questions. In: The moviemakers / Alice Fleming New York : St. Submission Penn. Martin's Press, 1973 Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.A2 .F538. Focus on D.W. Griffith.
Harry M. Geduld, editor. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, c1971. Series titles: A Spectrum book; Film focus. pp: 27-29, 39-42, 80-102, 116-118. Main Stack PN1998.A3G7.G4. Friedberg, Anne 'A properly adjusted window'; vision and sanity in D. W. Griffith's 1908-1909 biograph films. In: Early cinema : space-frame-narrative / edited by Thomas Elsaesser with Adam Barker. p. 326-35. London : BFI Publishing, 1990. Grad Svcs PN1993.5.A1.E3 1990 Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services. Main Stack PN1993.5.A1.E3 1990 MoffittPN1993.5.A1.E3 1990. Friedberg, Anne 'A properly adjusted window' : vision and of religion essay sanity in D.W. Essay. Griffith's 1908-1909 biograph films.
In: Early cinema : space-frame-narrative / edited by Thomas Elsaesser with Adam Barker. London : BFI Publishing, 1990. Grad Svcs PN1993.5.A1.E3 1990 Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services. Main Stack PN1993.5.A1.E3 1990 MoffittPN1993.5.A1.E3 1990. Geduld, Harry M. Focus on D. W. Griffith. Edited by Harry M. Philosophy Of Religion Essay Questions. Geduld. Englewood Cliffs,N.J., Prentice-Hall . Material Management. Series title: Film focus.
Series title: A Spectrum book. Philosophy Essay. UCB Main PN1998.A3G7 .G4. Gish, Lillian Lillian Gish; The Movies, Mr. Griffith, and Me , by Lillian Gish with Ann Pinchot. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall . Argument Essay. UCB Main PN2287.G55 A3 Pacific Film Archive PN2287.G55 A3 1969. Goodman, P. Griffith and philosophy essay the technical innovations. Submission Penn. In: American movie critics : an anthology from the philosophy essay silents until now / edited by Phillip Lopate. New York : Library of America : Distributed to the trade by Penguin Putnam, c2006. Main Stack PN1995.A448 2006 Moffitt PN1995.A448 2006 PFA PN1995.A72 2006. Greene, Doyle 1909-1940.
Reform and revolution: the how to solve Progressive Era and D.W. Griffith. In: The American worker on film : a critical history, 1909-1999 / Doyle Greene. Of Religion Essay. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland Company, Inc., Publishers, c2010. Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.L28 G74 2010. Griffith and the technical innovations. In: Great film directors : a critical anthology / edited by Leo Braudy and Morris Dickstein New York : Oxford University Press, 1978 UCB Main Stack PN1998.A2.G74. Griffith, D. W. The Man Who Invented Hollywood; The Autobiography of D. W. Griffith. Edited and annotated by punishment essay, James Hart. Louisville, Ky., Touchstone Pub. Co. .
UCB Main PN1998.A3 .A715 1972. Griffith, D. W. Philosophy Of Religion Essay Questions. (David Wark) The Man Who Invented Hollywood; The Autobiography of D. W. How To Solve Distance. Griffith. Edited and annotated by James Hart. Louisville, Ky., Touchstone Pub. Co. . UCB Main PN1998.A3 .A715 1972. The Griffith project Paolo Cherchi Usai, general editor; Eileen Bowser . Philosophy. [et al.], contributors; Cynthia Rowell, assistant editor.
London: British Film Institute, c1999. Le Giornate del Cinema Muto. . a multi-year research project commissioned by the Pordenone Silent Film Festival . --V. 2, foreword. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. v.1. Films produced in 1907-1908 -- v.2. Essay Industrial Democracy. Films produced in January-June 1909 -- v.3. Films produced in July-December 1909 Main Stack PN1998.3.G76 G75 1999; v.1-3 (1999) The Griffith project. Vol.
6, Films produced in 1912 General editing by Paolo Cherchai Usai. London : British Film Institute, 2002. 1 v. ; 24 cm. Main Stack PN1998.3.G76 G76 2002. Gunning, Tom D.W. Griffith and the Origins of American Narrative Film: The Early Years at philosophy essay Biograph / Tom Gunning.
Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1991. UCB Main PN1998.3.G76 G8 1991 UCB Moffitt PN1998.3.G76 G8 1991. Gunning, Tom D.W. Griffith: historical figure, film director, and ideological shadow. In: Film and authorship / edited and with an how to distance, introduction by philosophy of religion essay questions, Virginia Wright Wexman. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2003. Corporal Argument Essay. Rutgers depth of field series. Main Stack PN1995.9.A837.F55 2003. Essay. Gunning, Tom Weaving a narrative; style and economic background in Griffith's biograph films. In: Early cinema : space-frame-narrative / edited by Thomas Elsaesser with Adam Barker. p. 336-47.
London : BFI Publishing, 1990. Grad Svcs PN1993.5.A1.E3 1990 Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services. Main Stack PN1993.5.A1.E3 1990 MoffittPN1993.5.A1.E3 1990. Submission. Hansen, Miriam Babel and Babylon : spectatorship in philosophy of religion questions, American silent film / Miriam Hansen. 1st Harvard University Press pbk. ed. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1994, c1991.
MoffittPN1995.75.H36 1994 Main Stack PN1995.75.H36 1991 [earlier edition] Henderson, Robert M. D. Material. W. Griffith: His Life and Work [by] Robert M. Henderson. Philosophy Questions. New York, Oxford University Press, 1972. UCB Main PN1998.A3 G7 H397 UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 G748. Corporal Punishment. Henderson, Robert M. D. W. Griffith: The Years at Biograph [by] Robert M. Henderson. New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux . UCB Main PN1998.A3 G7 H4 UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 .G75. Higashi, Sumiko The new woman and consumer culture: Cecil B. DeMille's sex comedies.
In: The silent cinema reader / edited by Lee Grieveson and philosophy of religion Peter Krämer. London ; New York : Routledge, 2004. Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.75 .S547 2004. Iampolski, Michel Intertextuality and the evolution of cinematic language: Griffith and the poetic tradition. In: The memory of essay industrial democracy, Tiresias: intertextuality and film / Mikhail Iampolski; translated by Harsha Ram. p. 83-121.
Berkeley: University of California Press, c1998. Main Stack PN1995.I1813 1998 Electronic location: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft4779n9q5 eScholarship. Restricted to questions UC campuses. Iampolski, Michel Repressing the corporal argument essay source: D. W. Griffith and Browning. In: The memory of Tiresias: intertextuality and film / Mikhail Iampolski; translated by Harsha Ram. p. 51-82.
Berkeley: University of California Press, c1998. Main Stack PN1995.I1813 1998 Electronic location: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft4779n9q5 eScholarship. Restricted to UC campuses. Jacobs, Lewis. The Decline of of religion, D.W. Griffith. In: The Rise of the American Film; a Critical History . With an corporal punishment argument essay, essay: Experimental Cinema in America, 1921-1947. New York, Teachers College Press, 1968. Series title: Studies in Culture Communication. pp: 171-188.
Main Stack PN1993.5.U6.J2 1968 Main Stack PN1993.5.U6.J2 1939 (without essay) Moffitt PN1993.5.U6.J2 1968. Jesionowski, Joyce E. Thinking in Picture: Dramatic Structure in D.W. Griffith's Biograph Films /Joyce E. Jesionowski. Berkeley: University of California Press, c1987. Of Religion Essay. UCB Main PN1998.A3 G7551 1987 UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 G755 1987.
Kael, Pauline. A great folly. In: Great film directors : a critical anthology / edited by Leo Braudy and Morris Dickstein New York : Oxford University Press, 1978 UCB Main Stack PN1998.A2.G74. Construction Material Management. Klune, Raymond Recollections of Raymond Klune Oral History Transcript / interviewed by John Dorr, [1968 and 1969]. [Los Angeles]: Oral History Program, University of California, Los Angeles, c1969. Questions. iv, 166 leaves, bound ; 28 cm. Work in motion pictures from 1920-13 years in the East withD.W. Affirmative. Griffith and with the questions Astoria Studio UCB Bancroft BANC MSS 72/202 c. Action. Koszarski, Richard.
Hollywood on the Hudson : film and television in New York from Griffith to Sarnoff / Richard Koszars New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2008. Full text available online (UCB users only) Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.U77 K67 2008 Pacific Film Archive PN1993.5.U77 K67 2008. LaFlaur, Mark:, Manheim, James M.; Miller, Renee . D.W. Griffith. In: Lifetimes : the Great War to the stock market crash : American history through biography and of religion essay questions primary documents / edited by Neil A. Hamilton ; writers, Mark LaFlaur, James M. Manheim, Renee Miller. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, c2002. Main Stack E766.L48 2002. Lang, Robert American Film Melodrama: Griffith, Vidor, Minnelli / by Robert Lang. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c1989. UCB Main PN1995.9.M45 L361 1989 UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.M45 L36 1989.
Lee, Raymond. The Films of Mary Pickford. South Brunswick, A. S. Barnes [1971, c1970]. Essay Industrial Democracy. UCB Main PN2287.P5 L4 1971. May, Lary Apocalyptic cinema: D. W. Griffith and the aesthetics of philosophy of religion essay, reform.
In: Movies and mass culture / edited and with an punishment essay, introduction by John Belton. p. 25-58. Of Religion Essay. New Brunswick, NJ : Rutgers University Press, c1996. Rutgers depth of essay, field series. Main Stack PN1995.9.S6.M68 1996 MoffittPN1995.9.S6.M68 1996. May, Lary D.W. Philosophy Of Religion Questions. Griffith and punishment the aesthetics of reform. In: Screening out the philosophy of religion essay past : the essay industrial democracy birth of mass culture and the motion picture industry / Lary May. University of Chicago Press ed. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1983, c1980.
MoffittPN1995.9.S6.M345 1983 Main Stack PN1995.9.S6.M345 [another edition] Bus Econ PN1995.9.S6.M345 [another edition] MoffittPN1995.9.S6.M345 [another edition] Mayer, David. Stagestruck filmmaker : D.W. Griffith the American theatre / David Mayer. Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, c2009. Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1998.3.G76 M39 2009. McHugh, Kathleen Anne Silent film, silent work: early cinema and the domestic melodramas of D. Philosophy Questions. W. Essay Water. Griffith. In: American domesticity : from how-to manual to philosophy questions Hollywood melodrama / Kathleen Anne McHugh. p. 81-107. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. Full text available online (UC Berkeley users only) Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.M38 1999. Mottet, Jean Toward a genealogy of the American landscape: notes on some landscapes in D.W. Griffith (1908-1912).
In: Landscape and film / edited by Martin Lefebvre. New York : Routledge, 2006. AFI film readers Main Stack PN1995.67.A1.L36 2006 Table of Contents: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0659/2005033754-d.html. Mottet, Jean Toward a genealogy of the American landscape: notes on some landscapes in D.W. Griffith (1908-1912). In: Landscape and thesis submission penn film / edited by philosophy, Martin Lefebvre. New York : Routledge, 2006. PN1995.67.A1.L36 2006. Essay Water. Niver, Kemp R. D. W. Griffith, His Biograph Films in Perspective / by of religion questions, Kemp R. Niver ; edited by Bebe Bergsten. Punishment. [Los Angeles] : Niver, .
UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 G765 *c3 copies. O'Dell, Paul. Griffith and the Rise of Hollywood, by Paul O'Dell, with the assistance of Anthony Slide. New York, A. S. Barnes [1971, c1970]. Series title: The International film guide series. UCB Main PN1998.A3 G7 O3. Paine, Albert Bigelow, 1861-1937. Philosophy Of Religion. Life and Lillian Gish [by] Albert Bigelow Paine.
New York, The Macmillan company, 1932. Essay Water. UCB Bancroft F867.M6G5. Pearson, Roberta E. Eloquent Gestures: The Transformation of of religion questions, Performance Style in action debate, the Griffith Biograph Films / Roberta E. Pearson. Berkeley: University of California Press, c1992. UCB Main PN1995.75 .P43 1992. Pearson, Roberta E. Eloquent Gestures: The Transformation of Performance Style in essay, the Griffith Biograph Films / Roberta E. Pearson. Berkeley: University of California Press, c1992. Available online (UC campuses only) Pickford, Mary Sunshine and Shadow . Foreword by Cecil B. de Mille. [1st ed.].
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1955. UCB Main PN2287.P5 A3. Potamkin, H. Submission. A. Remarks on D.W. Griffith. In: American movie critics : an anthology from the silents until now / edited by Phillip Lopate. New York : Library of America : Distributed to the trade by Penguin Putnam, c2006. Main Stack PN1995.A448 2006 Moffitt PN1995.A448 2006 PFA PN1995.A72 2006. Renov, Micahel. 'D.W. Griffith the Birth of philosophy of religion essay, Classical Cinema From Literature.
In: Film and Literature: An Introduction and Reader / Timothy Corrigan. pp: 19-25. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, c1999. Essay Water. UCB Moffitt PN1995.3 .C68 1999. Ross, Steven J. Working-class Hollywood: Silent Film and the Shaping of Class in America / Steven J. Ross. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c1998.
Main Stack PN1995.9.L28.R67 1998. Rothman, William D. Philosophy Essay. W. Griffith and the birth of the submission state movies. In: The I of the camera : essays in film criticism, history, and philosophy of religion essay questions aesthetics / William Rothman. p. p. 11-17. Cambridge [Cambridgeshire]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988. Cambridge studies in how to distance problems, film. Main Stack PN1995.R681 1988 MoffittPN1995.R68 1988. Sarris, Andrew.
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Schickel, Richard. D.W. Griffith: An American Life / Richard Schickel. New York: Simon and Schuster, c1984. UCB Main PN1998.A3 G7781 1984 UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 G778 1984. Of Religion Questions. Simmon, Scott. Corporal Punishment Essay. The Films of of religion, D.W. Griffith / Scott Simmon. Cambridge [England]; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 1993.
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Slide, Anthony. The Kindergarten of the Movies: A History of the Fine Arts Company / by essay, Anthony Slide. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1980. DD UCB Moffitt PN1999.F5 .S58 NRLF B 3 567 150. Trotter, David The Space Beside: Lateral Exposition, Gender and Urban Narrative Space in D. Corporal Punishment. W. Philosophy Of Religion Questions. Griffith's Biograph Films.
In: Cities in transition : the essay democracy moving image and philosophy essay the modern metropolis / edited by affirmative action debate essay, Andrew Webber and Emma Wilson. Of Religion Essay. London : Wallflower, 2008. Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.C513 C57 2008. Vardac, A. Nicholas. Realism and Romance: D.W. Griffith. In: Imitations of life : a reader on film and television melodrama / edited by Marcia Landy. Detroit : Wayne State University Press, c1991. Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.M45 I45 1991. Vardac, A. Nicholas. Stage to Screen; Theatrical Method From Garrick to Griffith.
Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1949. UCB Main PN1993.5.A1 V3 1949. Wagenknecht, Edward The Films of D. W. Griffith / by Edward Wagenknecht and Anthony Slide ; with a foreword by Lillian Gish. Corporal Punishment Argument. New York : Crown Publishers, . UCB Main PN1998.A3 G7851. Warniers, Randall Joseph. The life and films of D.W. Griffith. [Berkeley], 1976. Main (Gardner) Stacks (NRLF) 308t.1976.564. Questions. Williams, Linda. Melodrama Revised.
In: Refiguring American Film Genres: History and essay water Theory / Nick Browne, editor. pp: 42-88. Berkeley: University of California Press, c1998. Main Stack PN1993.5.U6.R443 1998 MoffittPN1993.5.U6.R443 1998. Williams, Martin T. Griffith, First Artist of the Movies / Martin Williams. New York : Oxford University Press, 1980. UCB Main PN1998.A3 .G787 UCB Moffitt PN1998.A3 .G787. Adams, Robert L. D.W.
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From Derison To Desire: The Greaser In Stephen Crane's Mexican Stories And D.W. Griffith's Early Westerns. Western American Literature , Winter2004, Vol. Construction Management Thesis. 38 Issue 4, p374-401, 26p. Altman, Rick, Merritt, Russell, Andrew, Dudley Essays on D.W. Griffith. (Special Issue). Quarterly Review of Film Studies, VI/1, Winter 81; p.1-121. On D.W.G.'s development, some key films such as Hearts of the questions World and Broken blossoms, and current research. Agee, James David Wark Griffith. The Nation v. Democracy. 167 (September 4 1948) p. 264-6 UC users only.
Alonzo, Juan. From Derision to philosophy of religion questions Desire: The 'Greaser' in Stephen Crane's Mexican Stories and D. W. Griffith's Early Westerns. Western American Literature . 38 (4): 374-401. 2004 Winter. Amengual, Barthélemy D.W. Griffith selon Lillian Gish. Thesis Submission State. Positif; nr.340 (June 1989); p.39-40 Recollections of L.G. and D.W.G. from their memoirs.
Armour, Robert A. Biograph and essay questions the Invention of thesis submission penn state, Movie Reviews and Screenwriting. Studies in Popular Culture , vol. Of Religion Questions. 12 no. 2. 1989. pp: 61-69. Batman, Richard D. W. Griffith: The Lean Years. California Historical Society Quarterly 44:3 (1965:Sept.) 195 Traces David Walker Griffith's life during the 1940's, following his demise in the film industry. Billy Bitzer: A Reminiscence. American Cinematographer v. 64 (Nov. '83) p. 41-6. Boorman, John Entretien avec D.W. Griffith. Positif; nr.387 (May 1993); p.61 ddJohn Boorman invents an interview with D.W.
Griffith in which he comments on his influence and submission gives his opinions of contemporary cinema. Philosophy. Bourget, Jean-Loup Griffith, Welles et le mélodrame. Affirmative Action Essay. Positif; nr.265 (Mar 1983); p.15-17 Comparison of Griffith and of religion essay Welles in their use of melodrama. Bowser, Eileen Griffith's Film Career Before The Adventures of Dollie Quarterly Review of Film Studies 6:1 (1981:Winter) 1 D.W.G.'s career, primarily as an actor, and the state of material thesis, filmmaking during 1907-08. Braverman, B. David Wark Griffith, creator of film form. Theatre Arts v. 29 (April 1945) p. 240-50. Brown, Karl The great D.W.
Sight Sound; SO: Vol.XLII nr.3 (Summer 1973); p.160-165 Describes his early work as assistant cameraman for Griffith. Browne, Nick Griffith's Family Discourse: Griffith and Freud. Quarterly Review of Film Studies 6:1 (1981:Winter) 67. Bush, Gregory W. Like 'a Drop of Water in the Stream of Life': Moving Images of Mass Man from Griffith to Vidor. Journal of American Studies , vol.
25 no. Questions. 2. 1991 Aug. pp: 213-34. In films like A Corner in Wheat (1909) and The Birth of the corporal Nation (1915), D. W. Philosophy Questions. Griffith showed that depicting collective crowd behavior interested large audiences and might encourage acceptance of the types of human uplift measures that Progressive social reformers advocated during these times; but his films revealed his own confusion about the place of democracy in the nation's urban settings. Subsequently, World War I and the popularity of interwar press sensationalism as well as greater use of thesis, advertising and of religion essay more urbanization caused filmmakers to heed the newest ideas about crowd psychology. King Vidor's The Crowd (1928) similarly emphasized crowd behavior and noted the adverse and irremediable consequences for individuals of the essay water nation's urbanization and emergence of its new mass society. Cadbury, W. Theme, felt life, and the last-minute rescue in Griffith after Intolerance. Questions. Film Quarterly v. Material. 28 no. 1 (Fall 1974) p. Essay. 39-49. Cadbury, W. Theme, felt life, and the last-minute rescue in Griffith after Intolerance.
Film Quarterly v. 28 (Fall 1974) p. 39-49. Casty, Alan The Films of D.W. Essay Industrial Democracy. Griffith: A Style for the Times. Journal of philosophy essay, Popular Film 1:2 (1972:Spring) 67 UC users only. Chisholm, Brad. Reading Intertitles. Journal of Popular Film and Television , vol. Construction Management. 15 no.
3. 1987 Fall. Philosophy Of Religion Questions. pp: 137-142. Cieutat, Michel Naissance dune iconographie: les courts-métrages de D.W. Griffith. Positif; nr.262 (Dec 1982); p.6-15 Analysis of 50 shorts (1908-13) by methodology, ethics, way of life shown, technology etc. Conversation with Lillian Gish. Sight and Sound 27:3 (1957/1958:Winter) p.128 UC users only. Corliss, Richard and Schickel, Richard Writing in Silence. Corporal Argument Essay. Film Comment, XXI/4, July-Aug 85; p.70-75.
Describes the nature of scriptwriting and the work of several writers in the silent period. Discusses D.W. Griffith's relationship with novelist Robert W. Chambers and reprints a playlet by that author. Curot, F.. Griffith, Renoir et le traitement de l'espace filmique. Positif; nr.266 (Apr 1983); p.37-41 Comparison of the treatment of filmic space by Griffith and Renoir. Day-Mayer, Helen; Mayer, David.
Griffith in the Twilight. Nineteenth Century Theatre Film , Summer2008, Vol. Of Religion Essay. 35 Issue 1, p48-51, 4p UC users only This account begins at the very end of essay water, D. W. Griffith's career when, retracing and fictionalising his early years as a touring actor, he sketched out a film entitled The Twilight Revellers - the name of questions, his first touring company. How To Solve. Although his personal life had deteriorated beyond recovery, his creativity briefly flickered into life. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] Delany, Samuel R. Joanna Russ and D. Philosophy Of Religion Essay Questions. W. Griffith. PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America . 119 (3): 500-08. Essay Water. 2004 May. The essay examines the intertextual connections and differences between the films of D.W.
Griffith in the early 20th century and the science fiction works of author Joanna Russ. Dickens and Griffith of the movies. Literary Digest v. Philosophy Of Religion Essay Questions. 73 (June 10 1922) p. 31-2. D.W. Griffith. Positif; nr.266 (Apr 1983); p.37-47. D.W.
Griffith. Construction Material Thesis. Obituary. Newsweek v. 32 (August 2 1948) p. 55. Dyer, Richard. A White Star. [Lillian Gish] Sight and Sound v3, n8 (August, 1993):22 (3 pages).
On the use of lighting techniques in Lillian Gish's films to emphasize the star qualities of the great icon of white femininity. Eisenstein, Sergei M. Dickens, Griffith and the Film To-Day. Essay Questions. Sight and thesis Sound Issue: 19:4 (1950:June) p.169 UC users only. Feldman, Harry The D. W. Griffith Influence: His Innovations Permeate Today's World Of Film. Films in Review 1:5 (1950:July/Aug.) 11. Fishbein, L. The Demise of the philosophy essay questions cult of true womanhood in early American film, 1900-1930: two modes of subversion. Journal of Popular Film and Television v. 12 (Summer 1984) p. 66-72. Flitterman-Lewis, Sandy. The Blossom and thesis state the Bole: Narrative and Visual Spectacle in Early Film Melodrama. Cinema Journal , vol.
33 no. 3. 1994 Spring. pp: 3-15. UC users only The writer discusses the representation of women in early film melodrama. She observes that efforts to trace the origins and defining features of early film melodrama often crystallize around two distinct lines of descent, namely the dramatic narrative of theatrical performance and of religion essay questions the visual spectacle derived from the elaboration of cinematic elements. Essay Water. She elaborates that these reversible and intersecting categories of melodramatic definition find their most illustrative common ground in the image of philosophy of religion essay questions, woman. She discusses two films, Way Down East and Broken Blossoms, both characteristic film melodramas by D. W. Griffith featuring Lillian Gish, in which the spectacle of female suffering crystallizes in the melodramatic mainstays of violence, sexuality, and Victorian ideology, and binds the theatrical and cinematic into word problems one compelling form. Philosophy Of Religion Essay. She concludes that the how to solve distance presence of the female image makes both the reversibility of the processes of philosophy of religion essay questions, narrative action and visual spectacle, and the cinema itself, hinge on sexual difference. [Art Index] Fusco, Katherine Taking Naturalism to the Moving Picture Show: Frank Norris, D. W. Griffith, and Naturalist Editing.
Adaptation: The Journal of Literature on Screen Studies , vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 155-178, 2010. Gaines, Jane. Revolutionary Theory/Prerevolutionary Melodrama. Discourse: Journal for distance, Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture, vol. Philosophy. 17 no.
3. 1995 Spring. pp: 101-18. Gartenberg, J. Griffith at MOMA. Films in thesis, Review, XXXII/2, Feb 81; p.91-104. Describes the philosophy questions process of management, acquisition, problems of questions, preservation and how to solve word subsequent tributes to and exhibitions of the D.W. Griffith collection. Goodman, Paul Film Chronicle: D. W. Philosophy Of Religion. Griffith. Partisan Review 8:3 (1941:May/June) 237.
Gottlieb, Sidney. Hitchcock on Griffith. Hitchcock Annual , 2005/2006, Vol. 14, p32-45, 14p UC users only. Gunning, Tom The Movies, Mr. Griffith, and Us. American Film, IX/8, June 84; p.57,59,70,72. Questions some of the assumptions in Richard Schickel's new biography 'D.W.
Griffith: an construction, American Life'. Philosophy Of Religion Essay Questions. Gunning, Tom Weaving a Narrative: Style and Economic Background in Griffith's Biograph Films Quarterly Review of Film Studies 6:1 (1981:Winter) 11 An examination of the film industry in 1908-09, showing how Griffith's early style resulted from submission, certain demands of of religion, film economics; focuses on parallel editing. Hansen, Bernard. D. W. Griffith: Some Sources. Art Bulletin 54:4 (1972:Dec.) 493 UC users only. Harris Ross D. W. Griffith v. City Hall: Politics, Ethnicity, and Chicago Film Censorship. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society , Vol. 100, No.
1 (Spring, 2007), pp. 19-40 UC users only. Hood, James W. Tennyson, D. W. Griffith, and Victorian Pneumatography. VIJ: Victorians Institute Journal , vol. 25. 1997. pp: 59-76.
How a Leading Screen Director Picks His Leading Women; D.W. Griffith Discloses His Interesting Formula, Throwing New Lights on the Screen Drama. Current Opinion Jan 1919. Vol. Vol. Corporal Argument. Lxvi, Iss. Essay. No. 1; P. 30 (1 Page) Jay, Gregory S. Solve Distance Problems. 'White Man's Book No Good': D. Philosophy Essay Questions. W. Griffith and the American Indian. Cinema Journal, 2000 Summer, 39:4, 3-26. UC users only The seemingly sympathetic depiction of Native Americans in D. W. Griffith's short Biograph films still adheres to the logic of white supremacy eventually expressed in his film The Birth of debate, a Nation. Most of Griffith's 30 or so Biograph short films with significant Indian content have plots and motifs designed to evoke feelings of outraged moral sentiment in audiences and thus seem to support the view that Griffith's Indian melodramas are sympathetic toward Native Americans.
Viewed as narratives of white supremacy, however, these films compare with The Birth of of religion questions, a Nation as narratives of miscegenation, family romance, national reunification, and racial hierarchy. They offer rich material for submission penn state, analyzing the meaning of white images of Native Americans and suggest how such images function the construction of white America's national identity. The writer analyzes The Massacre (1912) and other films and shows how the plotting of white nationalism provides the philosophy of religion questions general scenario underlying Griffith's depictions of Indians as well as blacks. [Art Index] Johns, Timothy Birth of a Medium: Dickens, Griffith, and the Advent of Sentimental Cinema. Victorian Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Social, Political, and Cultural Studies , vol. 52, no. 1, pp. 76-85, 2009 Autumn UC users only. Johnson, W. Early Griffith [a wider view]. Film Quarterly v. 29 (Spring 1976) p. 2-13 UC users only. Jones, E. Films that Never Transcend the Realm of Art. Post Script, III/2, Winter 84; p.20-33.
On the relation of film to modernism with special reference to Griffith, Ejzenstejn and Dziga Vertov. Corporal. Keil, C. Essay Questions. Transition Through Tension: Stylistic Diversity in the Late Griffith Biographs. Argument. Cinema Journal, XXVIII/3, Spring 89; p.22-40. UC users only Auteurist reassessment of Griffith's Biograph films from 1912 and 1913. Philosophy Of Religion Essay Questions. Kirby, Jack Temple. D. W. Griffith's Racial Portraiture. Phylon 1978 39(2): 118-127. Essay Water. UC users only of religion In his more than 400 films, David Wark Griffith treated racial themes frequently.
He used stereotypesconstantly: Jews were ingratiating and parsimonious,Italians and Hispanics passionate and often violent;American Indians noble savages; Orientals inscrutableand tradition-bound. Yet all of these ethnic types could be either good or bad, depending on the film. Griffith makes Indians heroes more often than villains, and sympathizes with the how to word problems struggle against the encroaching whites. Ramona (1910) depicts white persecution ofthe mestiza Ramona and of religion questions her Indian lover. Blacks, however, were either wicked or docile retainers; in Birth of a Nation (1915) Griffith enshrines these racialstereotypes in one of the greatest films ever made. In Intolerance, he chronicles many instances of that vice in essay water, history, but never racial prejudice as a form thereof.
Griffith's racism, however, should not be singled out for condemnation; it was typical of the time, and philosophy many made films more viciously racist than did Griffith. [from ABC-CLIO America: History Life] Larson, R. Essay Water. A Retrospective Look at of religion essay questions the Films of D.W. Griffith and Andy Warhol. Film Journal, I/3-4, Fall-Winter 72; p.80-91. A transcript of R.L.'s commentary and essay water the audience discussion which followed comparative screenings of the films during five evenings in the spring of 1971 at questions the New School for essay water, Social Research in New York. Last dissolve. [Obituary] Time v. 52 (August 2 1948) p. 72. Lennig, Arthur. The mother and the law.(movie stories)(Chronology).
Film History 17.4 (Oct 2005): 404(27). UC users only Part of a special issue on philosophy of religion essay questions, unfashionable, overlooked, or underestimated aspects of film history. The writer examines D. W. Griffith's 1914 film The Mother and punishment essay the Law. He notes that, in philosophy, most film histories, this initial effort has been almost completely ignored, with critical discussion instead focusing on the much modified version known as the modern story in Griffith's film Intolerance. He reconstructs what is how to solve distance, known of the history of The Mother and the Law, and considers the philosophy essay questions origins of what impelled Griffith to debate make and philosophy of religion then to revise the film. He argues that in essay, this sadly neglected masterpiece, viewers encounter not only Griffith the excited artist, honing his skills as a director and philosophy of religion essay questions editor, but also Griffith the essay water political progressive and philosophy essay humanist, bravely tackling the controversial social issues of the essay water time. Philosophy Essay Questions. [Art Index]
Leyda, Jay. The Art and Death of D.W. Griffith. Sewanee Review 57 (1949) 350. Leyda, Jay Jay Leyda Discussing D.W. Griffith. (Speech). Film Culture, /78, Summer 94; p.39-43. Transcript of scholar J.L.'s remarks on the various creative aspects of D.W. Thesis. G.'s work, offered as an of religion essay, introduction to a 1987 Griffith film series.
Lindsey, D. Master of American cinema: D. W. Griffith. American History Illustrated v. 11 (December 1976) p. 18-29 Chronicles the film directing career of David Wark Griffith, 1906-31. Louvish, Simon Burning crosses. (racial aspects of early movie making) Sight and Sound , Sept 2000 v10 i9 p12(2) The racial aspects of movie director D.W. Griffith and the early motion picture industry are discussed. Lynn, Kenneth S. The Torment of submission, D. W. Griffith. Philosophy Of Religion. The American Scholar , vol. 59 no. 2. 1990 Spring. pp: 255-264. Material Management Thesis. UCB users only Probes the affective aspect of the personality of talented pioneer film director D. W. Griffith. Griffith's inner conflict stemmed from enormous ambivalence between his compulsive sexual desire for teenage women and his Victorian obsession with keeping them pure. [America: History and Life] Mancini, Elaine Notes on philosophy essay questions, Current Griffith Research.
Quarterly Review of Film Studies 6:1 (1981:Winter) 117 Describes projects underway at New York University, the Museum of Modern Art and the Cineteca D.W. Griffith, and the Griffith week at the Third Annual Festival of Film Encounters at punishment argument essay Salsomaggiore, Italy. Mancini, Elaine. Philosophy Of Religion Essay Questions. Theory and Practice: Hugo Munsterberg and the Early Films of D. W.Griffith. New Orleans Review , vol. 10 no. 2-3.
1983 Summer-Fall. pp: 154-160. Masson, Alain; Griffith, D.W. Note sur le style verbal et filmique de Griffith. Positif; nr.262 (Dec 1982); p.16-23 On the writing and filmic style of D.W.G., followed by two of his essays: 1. Distance. 'Le cinéma et les buchers', 2. 'L'aven ir du film à 2 dollars. Merritt, Russell R. Resuced From a Perilous Nest: D.W. Griffith's Escape from of religion, Theater into Film. Cinema Journal , 21:1 (1981): pp: 2-30. UC users only In the twelve years between 1895 and 1907 that he spent on the stage, Griffith wrotehis most nakedly autobiographical work. The plays, letters, and construction poems that survive come from a deeply troubled would-be artist ashamed of his rural poverty, haunted by his father, and afraid of women. His early experience in the theatre generally aggravatedthose troubles.
His films enabled him to control, redirect, and sublimate his obsessions. Merritt, Russell Griffith Biographs for the 1990's. Griffithiana ; Vol.XVI nr.60-61 (Oct 1997); p.4-15 Discussion of the Griffith Biograph films and the different approaches Griffith scholars are taking in philosophy questions, analysing these films. Italian and solve distance word problems English text. Merritt, Russell The Griffith-Gish Collaboration: A Tangled Affair. Griffithiana, XIV/40-42, Oct 91; p.101-103. On the artistic collaboration between director D.W. Griffith and actress Lillian Gish (Italian trans. p.97-100). Movies lose their great pioneer. Philosophy Essay. [Obiturary] Life v. 25 (August 2 1948) p. 31-3. Corporal Punishment. Mullett, M.B. David W. Griffith, greatest moving picture producer in of religion questions, the world.
American Magazine v. 91 (April 1921) p. 32-5. Myers, Carmel. Film Industry Recollections. Western States Jewish Historical Quarterly 1976 8(2): 126-135. An early movie star tells how she got started in films. Her father was Rabbi Isidore Myers (1856-1922). Rabbi Myers was asked by film director David Wark Griffith to be a consultant for management, his film Intolerance.
As payment for his services, Rabbi Myers' daughter was allowed to try out for a movie part in Griffith's next film. She got a part and that started her careerin which she played leading roles opposite such male stars as Rudolph Valentino, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., John Gilbert, Lew Cody, and William Haines. She was also very active in of religion questions, Jewish community affairs in Los Angeles. Solve Distance. [from ABC-CLIO America: History Life] Nash, Alanna D. W. Griffith: Birth and Death Of a Genius. Mankind 1976 5(6): 24-29. In recent years D. W. Of Religion Essay Questions. Griffith has been hailed as the greatest innovator in the history of punishment, film. Within five years after his start in 1908 he raised motion pictures from the cheapest form of entertainment to the status of art. Of Religion. He was an innovator in construction, the use of such techniques as the flashback, close-up, and long shot.
In 1915 he made The Birth of a Nation, the most influential and controversial film in history. With the coming of sound, Griffith's film career was ended; until his death in philosophy, 1947 he was mainly unemployed and drinking. Essay Water. [America: History and Life] Nash, Alanna King Vidor On D. Of Religion. W. Griffith's Influence. Films in Review 26:9 (1975:Nov.) 547. Thesis Submission. Nash, Alanna Raoul Walsh on philosophy of religion essay questions, D.W. Griffith. Films in essay industrial, Review 27:5 (1976:May) 284. Neilan, Marshall and Birchard, Robert Robert: Griffith - An Untold Chapter.
American Cinematographer, LXVII/1, Jan 86; p.34-39. A chapter of autobiography was found after director Marshall Neilan's death which describes working with D.W. Griffith as a fellow actor in the Barney Bernard stock company. Philosophy Essay. Noble, Peter A Note on punishment argument, an Idol. Philosophy Of Religion. Sight and Sound 15:59 (1946:Autumn) p.81 UC users only. How To Solve Problems. Olsson, Jan. Trading places: Griffith, Patten and agricultural modernity.
Film History 17.1 (Jan 2005): 39. UC users only Part of a special issue on local film. A Corner in Wheat, a film directed by philosophy of religion, D. W. Griffith combines cultural and punishment representational traditions of agrarian life in complex, albeit unsettled ways. Philosophy Of Religion Essay Questions. The historical matrix for the intertextual web employed by Griffith's film, encompassing the paintings of Jean-Francois Millet, the Populist movement, and the texts of Frank Norris, has impeded access to contemporaneous dimensions of the corporal punishment film and the obvious inspiration derived from headlines about wheat. The filmmakers preferred to cloak the narrative in a way that downplayed the topicality of cornering and bread issues by allegorizing them in terms of the past.
Instead of offering economic analysis, Griffith provides a sentimental, ahistorical moral geography with scant use value and explanatory force in essay, relation to the vicissitudes of corporal punishment argument, 1909. Philosophy Essay Questions. The film's abstract mode of representation appears to be an involuntary by-product of his oblique take on the wheat mechanism and solve distance word his detachment from politics. [Art Index] Parshall, Gerald. The first prince of Babylon. (filmmaker D.W. Griffith)(The Prophets of Pop Culture) U.S. News World Report v124, n21 (June 1, 1998):58 (3 pages). UC users only DW Griffith was a pioneer of the questions motion picture industry, and essay his 1915 picture, 'The Birth of a Nation,' is legendary. His vision did not come alive until he was 33 years old. His background and career are profiled. Pearson, Roberta.
Cultivated Folks and the Better Classes: Class Conflict and Representation in Early American Film. Journal of Popular Film and Television , vol. 15 no. 3. 1987 Fall. pp: 120-128. Quart, Leonard; Auster, Al D. W. Griffith and the Warrior Ethos. Community Review v9 n1-2 p68-74 Fall-Spr 1988-89. Rogin, Michael. The Two Declarations of American Independence. Representations , vol. Of Religion Essay. 55.
1996 Summer. pp: 13-30. Special Issue on Griffith, including interviews with Mae Marsh and Margery Wilson (the latter by essay, Anthony Slide), and an article by John Belton on of religion, True Heart Susie. The Silent Picture, 17, Spring 1973. UC users only. Siegel, Daniel Griffith, Dickens, and the Politics of Composure. PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America , vol. 124, no. 2, pp. 375-389, 711, Mar 2009 UC users only This essay interrogates Sergei Eisenstein's critique of D. W. Griffith's montage aesthetic, arguing that, in Griffith's Orphans of the Storm, historical perspective is constituted in opposition to (rather than as a result of) the debate essay forward surge of the film's montage.
Griffith represents historical consciousness through the narrative figure of trembling, harking back to Charles Dickens's A Tale of Two Cities, another text in which the movements of history are registered on the bodies of witnesses who struggle to keep their composure. Both Griffith and Dickens construct a social world driven to extremes by competing ideological forces and imagine historical subjects whose reactions to philosophy questions emergency - witnessing and trembling - hold them apart from it. Ultimately, these gestures of response suggest a tendency in melodramatic texts to construct a normative subjectivity that resists the antithetical underpinnings of essay democracy, melodrama itself. [MLA] Slide, Anthony. Filming Lillian Gish. American Cinematographer v. 65 (June '84) p. 42-6. Smith, Matthew Wilson American Valkyries: Richard Wagner, D. Philosophy Of Religion. W. Griffith, and the Birth of Classical Cinema. Corporal Punishment. Modernism/Modernity , vol. 15, no. Essay Questions. 2, pp. 221-242, 2008 Apr UC users only.
Steinman, Clayton M. Shadow In The Cave: D. W. Griffith And One Million B.C. Films in Review 27:1 (1976:Jan.) 33. Taylor, Clyde. The Re-Birth of the Aesthetic in Cinema. Wide Angle: A Film Quarterly of Theory, Criticism, and Practice , vol. 13 no. 3-4.
1991. pp: 12-30. Tsivian, Yuri Homeless images: D.W. Griffith in the eye of Soviet filmmakers. Argument Essay. Griffithiana; Vol.XVI nr.60-61 (Oct 1997); p.50-75 The author provides examples of the influence of Griffith on Soviet filmmakers, esp. in terms of montage. English and Italian text. Turim, Maureen. Essay Questions. Griffith and the Victorian Sea. University of Hartford Studies in Literature: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Criticism , vol.
22 no. Affirmative Action. 1. 1990. pp: 17-30. Turconi, Davide, et al. Of Religion Questions. Special Issue: The Biography Films Griffithiana, III/5-6, Mar-July 80; p.3-129. Dedicated to D.W. How To Solve Distance Problems. Griffith's Biograph films, covering developments in narrative and of religion questions acting. Tyler, Bruce M. Racist Art and Politics at action debate essay the Turn of the Century. The Journal of Ethnic Studies , vol. 15 no. Philosophy Questions. 4. 1988 Winter. pp: 85-103.
Viviani, Christian David Wark Griffith et ses acteurs. Industrial Democracy. Positif; nr.265 (Mar 1983); p.9-14 D.W.G.'s particular relationship with his actors, and the influence they have had on later acting style. Philosophy. Walker, M. Melodrama and solve problems the American Cinema. Movie 29:30 (Summer 1982): pp: 2-38. War, Shorn of Romance, Is Sounding Its Own Knell; So Declares D. W. Griffith, the First American Movie Man to be Admitted with Cameras into Front-Line Trenches. Current Opinion Apr 1918. Vol.
VOL. Questions. LXIV, Iss. No.4; p. Democracy. 0_004 (1 page) UC users only. Wasko, Janet D. W. Griffith and the Banks: A Case Study in of religion essay questions, Film Financing. Journal of the material thesis University Film Association , Vol. 30, No.
1, TOPICS IN AMERICAN FILM HISTORY (Winter 1978), pp. 15-20 UC users only. White, Armond For shame! (Directors Guild of America retires award for D. W. Griffith's 1915 film The birth of a nation) Film Comment v. 36 no. 2 (March/April 2000) p. Of Religion Essay Questions. 36 The Directors Guild of industrial, America's end-of-year decision to erase D. W. Griffith's name from essay questions, its Award for Career Achievement is corporal argument, indicative of Hollywood's hypocrisy. Griffith was undeniably a racist, but he was also the first great genius of filmmaking.
Although his 1916 movie The Birth of a Nation is too close to philosophy questions the heart of submission penn, American fear and prejudice for anyone to dispute its power or depravity, it is an important film to see in order to comprehend how far racist hysteria can go and to philosophy essay questions recognize the origin of Hollywood's still-parochial, white-owned, ethno-supremacist tendencies. By excluding Griffith from essay water, recognition of philosophy of religion questions, film art, the essay water DGA naively fails to recognize that films are made within the realm of social and philosophy of religion essay cultural influence. Its disavowal of Griffith is an attempt to material management thesis whitewash Hollywood history and proclaim its own innocence. [Readers Guide Retrospective] Woolley, Edward Mott The $100,000 Salary Man Of The Movies; The Story Of D. W. Essay Questions. Griffith. Mcclure's Magazine Sep 1914. Vol. Volume Xliii, Iss. Management. No. 5; P. 109 (8 Pages) D.W.
Griffith Two films which are biographical accounts of the life and philosophy of religion essay work of the essay water early motion picture producer and director, D.W. Griffith. Both films include extensive film clips from of religion essay, his motion pictures. Penn. The first film focuses on the films Griffith directed while working for the Biograph Company from 1908 through 1913 and includes an interview with actress Blanche Sweet. The second film reviews Griffith's work after he matured and includes an interview with Lillian Gish who comments upon her experiences acting in his films. Philosophy Of Religion Essay. Originally produced in 1975 for industrial, broadcast on the television program Camera Three. Philosophy Questions. 56 min. Video/C 4604. D.W.
Griffith. Father of Film An in depth look at essay water the accomplishments of this outstanding U.S. filmmaker who transformed a carnival novelty into a new art form; presented here through silent film clips, newsreel clips and photographs, and interviews with his stars and colleagues. PAL format. British Film Institute, 1993. 153 min. total Video/C MM439. Articles/Books About Individual Films. Aitken, Roy E. The Birth of a Nation Story , by of religion essay, Roy E. Aitken as told to Al P. Nelson. Middleburg, Va.: Denlinger, c1965.
Main Stack PN1997.B551 1965. Essay Water. Armour, Robert A. History written in jagged lightning: realistic South vs. romantic South in The birth of a nation. In: The South and film / Warren French, editor Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 1981 Main Stack PN1995.9.S66.S6 Moffitt PN1995.9.S66.S6. Barrett, Jenny The Birth of a nation: race, family, gender. In: Shooting the Civil War : cinema, history and American national identity / Jenny Barrett. London ; New York : I.B.
Tauris ; New York, NY : Distributed by Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. Main (Gardner) Stacks E656 .B37 2009. The Birth of essay questions, a Nation: D.W. Griffith, Director Robert Lang, editor. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c1994. Series title: Rutgers films in print; v. 21. Main Stack PN1997.B553 B57 1994. The Birth of essay water, a Nation, by D.W. Griffith [microform]. Woodbridge, Conn.: Research Publications, 1979.
24 microfiches (1,991 frames) : all ill. ; 11 x 15 cm. (Note: This micro-fiche is filed among the documentary videotape collection) Media Center MM 171. Philosophy. Black Films and Film-makers: A Comprehensive Anthology from how to solve distance word, Stereotype to Superhero Compiled with an introduction by Lindsay. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1975. pp: 75-83. Main Stack PN1995.9.N4.B51. Bogle, Donald. Black beginnings : from Uncle Tom's cabin to The birth of a nation. Philosophy Of Religion Questions. In: Representing Blackness : issues in film and video / edited with an introduction by Valerie Smith. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c1997.
Rutgers depth of field series. Main Stack PN1995.9.N4.R47 1997 MoffittPN1995.9.N4.R47 1997. Bogle, Donald. Toms, Coons, Mulattoes, Mammies, and Bucks; an Interpretive History of Blacks in solve word problems, American Films. New York: Continuum, 1994. pp: 10-18. Essay. Main Stack PN1995.9.N4.B6 1994 (1989 edition also available) MoffittPN1995.9.N4.B6 1994 (1989 edition also available) NRLF #: $D 17 850 (1974 edition) Brownlow, Kevin. From Birth of a Nation to Intolerance In: The Parade's Gone By. Affirmative Action Essay. New York, Knopf, 1968. pp: 46-50.
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Butters, Gerald R. The Birth of a Nation and Kansas. In: Banned in Kansas : motion picture censorship, 1915-1966 Columbia : University of Missouri Press, c2007. Thesis Submission Penn. Full text available online [UCB users only] Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.63.K36 B87 2007. Carnes, Mark, et al. Essay Questions. Birth of affirmative action debate essay, a Nation. In: Past imperfect : history according to the movies / general editor, Mark C. Carnes 1st ed. New York : H. Holt, 1995.
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The Birth of a Nation - The Greatest Motion Picture Ever Made. In: The reel Civil War : mythmaking in American film / Bruce Chadwick. New York : Alfred A. Knopf, c2001. Main (Gardner) Stacks E656 .C48 2001 Moffitt E656 .C48 2001 c.2. Chadwick, Bruce. Birth: Titanic Box Office and Tattered Legacy. In: The reel Civil War : mythmaking in American film / Bruce Chadwick.
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Corkin, Stanley D. W. Griffith's The birth of a nation: positivist history as a compositional method. In: Realism and the birth of the modern United States: cinema, literature, and culture / Stanley Corkin. pp: 133-60. Athens : University of Georgia Press, c1996. Main Stack PS374.R37.C67 1996 MoffittPS374.R37.C67 1996. Cripps, Thomas. The Year of The Birth of a Nation. In: Slow Fade to Black: the Negro in essay, American Film, 1900-1942. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, c1993. pp: 41-69. Main Stack PN1995.9.N4.C7 1993 Full text available online (UCB users only) Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.N4 C7 1993 Moffitt PN1995.9.N4.C7 1993.
Cuniberti, John 'The Birth of a Nation': A Formal Shot-by-Shot Analysis Together with Microfiche . Word. [Woodbridge, Conn.]: Research Publications, 1979. Series title: Cinema editions on microfiche. UCB NewsMicro PN1997.B553 .C8. Of Religion Essay Questions. Davidson, Phebe 'History with Lightning': The Legacy of industrial, D. W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation. Essay. In: Memory and essay myth : the of religion questions Civil War in fiction and film from Uncle Tom's cabin to Cold mountain / edited by affirmative debate essay, David B. Sachsman, S. Philosophy Of Religion Essay Questions. Kittrell Rushing, Roy Morris, Jr. West Lafayette, Ind. : Purdue University Press, c2007. Main (Gardner) Stacks PS374.C53 M46 2007. Dyer, Richard. Into the Light: The Whiteness of the South in The Birth of a Nation.
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Series title: History of the American film; 1. pp: 77-89. Main Stack PN1993.5.U6.E9 MoffittPN1993.5.U6.E9. Fabe, Marilyn The beginnings of film narrative: D.W. Essay. Griffith's The birth of a nation. Philosophy Essay. In: Closely watched films : an introduction to the art of narrative film technique / Marilyn Fabe. Berkeley : University of California Press, c2004.
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Grad Svcs E175.5.F73.A25 1989Non-circulating; may be used only in affirmative debate, Graduate Services. Main Stack E175.5.F73.A25 1989 MoffittE175.5.F73.A25 1989 Also in: Hollywood's America : United States history through its films / edited with an introduction by Steven Mintz and Randy Roberts. St. James, N.Y. : Brandywine Press, 1993. Main Stack PN1993.5.U6.H64 1993. Fiedler, Leslie A. The anti-Tom novel and of religion essay the first great war: Thomas Dixon Jr. and D.W. Griffith. In: The inadvertent epic : from Uncle Tom's Cabin to Roots / Leslie A. Fiedler ; with an introd. by Barrie Hayne Toronto : Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1979 Massey lectures ; 17 Main Stack AC5.M33 v.17. Gaines, Jane. 'The Birth of a Nation' and 'Within Our Gates': Two Tales of the thesis submission penn American South. In: Dixie Debates: Perspectives on Southern Cultures , edited by Richard H. King and Helen Taylor.
New York: New York University Press, 1996. pp: 177-92. Main Stack F215.2.D593 1996. Gaines, Jane. Of Religion Essay. Birthing Nations. In: Cinema and word nation / edited by Mette Hjort and of religion essay questions Scott MacKenzie. pp: 298-316 London ; New York: Routledge, 2000. Main Stack PN1995.9.N33.C56 2000. Griffith, D.W. Letter: re: The birth of a nation. In: Sight and sound : a fiftieth anniversary selection / edited and with an introduction by David Wilson.
London : Faber and Faber in association with BFI Pub., 1982. Main Stack PN1995.S4936 1982. Gubar, Susan Spirit-Murder at the Movies: Blackface Lynchings. In: Racechanges : white skin, black face in American culture / Susan Gubar. How To Distance Problems. New York : Oxford University Press, 1997. Full text available online (UC Berkeley users only) Main (Gardner) Stacks NX652.A37 G83 1997 AVAILABLE Moffitt NX652.A37 G83 1997. Gunning, Sandra. Re-Membering Blackness After Reconstruction: Race, Rape, and Political Desire in the Work of Thomas Dixon, Jr.
In: Race, rape, and lynching : the red record of American literature, 1890-1912 / Sandra Gunning. New York : Oxford University Press, 1996. Full text available online (UCB users only) Main (Gardner) Stacks PS173.N4 G86 1996. Jozajtis, Kris. 'The Eyes of All People Are upon of religion essay Us': American Civil Religion and the Birth of Hollywood. In: Representing religion in world cinema : filmmaking, mythmaking, culture making / edited by S. Brent Plate. Palgrave Macmillan ed. New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. Religion/culture/critique ; 2 Main Stack PN1995.5.R47 2003. Leab, Daniel J. From Sambo to Superspade: the Black Experience in Motion Pictures.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1975. pp: 23-39. Main Stack PN1995.9.N4.L41. Lindsay, Vachel. The Art of the Moving Picture. New York: Macmillan, 1915. pp: 74-77. NRLF #: $B 312 239 NRLF #: W 92 179 - Restricted Circ (Bancroft Library) Louvish, Simon Burning crosses. (racial aspects of early movie making) Sight and Sound , Sept 2000 v10 i9 p12(2) The racial aspects of movie director D.W.
Griffith and the early motion picture industry are discussed. Magill's Survey of Cinema: Silent Films. Frank N. Magill, editor; associate editors, Patricia King Hanson, Stephen . Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Salem Press, c1982. V1. pp: 216-222. Hum/Area PN1997.8.M3 - Inquire at the Information Center reference desk about access. Info Center PN1995.M34. The Man Who Invented Hollywood; the Autobiography of D. W. Griffith. Edited and annotated by James Hart. Louisville, Ky.: Touchstone Pub.
Co., 1972. Solve Problems. pp: 88-97. Main Stack PN1998.A3.A715 1972. Essay Questions. Merritt, Russell. D. W. How To Solve Word Problems. Griffith's 'The Birth of a Nation': Going after Little Sister. In: Close Viewings: An Anthology of New Film Criticism , edited by Peter Lehman. Tallahassee: Florida State University Press; Gainesville, FL : University Presses of questions, Florida, c1990. pp: 215-37. Main Stack PN1995.C543 1990.
Merritt, Russell. Dixon, Griffith, and the Southern legend : a cultural analysis of The birth of the ation. In: Cinema examined : selections from Cinema journal / Richard Dyer MacCann, Jack C. Ellis. 1st ed. New York : Dutton, c1982. Main Stack PN1995.C495 1982. Nesteby, James R. Black Images in American Films, 1896-1954: the Interplay between Civil Rights and Film Culture. Essay Industrial. Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, c1982. Of Religion Essay. pp: 27-42.
Main Stack PN1995.9.N4.N4. Nissley, Tom. Legends and Phantom Histories: The Ghost Imagery of the Klan In: Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery. Punishment. Conference (5th : 1995: Colorado Springs, Co.) The image of violence in literature, the philosophy questions media, and society ; selected papers [from the] 1995 conference. pp: 287-94. Pueblo, Co.: The Society, 1995.
Main Stack P96.V5.S66 1995 1995. Noble, Peter. The Negro in Films. New York: Arno, 1970. Series title: The Literature of essay water, Cinema. pp: 33-43. Main Stack PN1995.9.N4.N6 1970. Patton, Cindy. Censorship and the Problem Films. In: Cinematic identity : anatomy of a problem film Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c2007. Full text available online [UCB users only] MAIN: PN1995.9.S62 P38 2007) Peterson, James Braxton Birth of of religion essay questions, a nation : representation, nationhood, and graphic revolution in the works of D.W. Griffith, DJ Spooky, and Aaron McGruder et al.
In: Multicultural comics : from Zap to Blue Beetle / edited by Frederick Luis Aldama ; foreword by Derek Parker Royal. Austin : University of action, Texas Press, 2010. Main (Gardner) Stacks PN6714 .M85 2010. Pitcher, Conrad D. W. Griffith's Controversial Film, The Birth of a Nation D. W. Questions. Griffith's Controversial Film, The Birth of a Nation. OAH Magazine of History , Vol. 13, No. 3, The Progressive Era (Spring, 1999), pp. 50-55 UC users only. Regester, Charlene The cinematic representation of race in The birth of a nation : a Black horror film. Thomas Dixon, Jr. and the birth of modern America / edited by essay industrial, Michele K. Gillespie and Randal L. Hall. Philosophy Essay. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, c2006.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PS3507.I93 Z87 2006. Richardson, Riché. The Birth of a Nation'hood: Lessons from construction, Thomas Dixon and philosophy essay questions D.W. Griffith to William Bradford Huie and The Klansman, O.J. Simpson's First Movie. Mississippi Quarterly , Winter2002/2003, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p3, 29p UC users only Explores the conceptualization of the motion picture 'Birth of a Nation' starring O.J. Simpson. Hypothesis from the novel 'The Klamsman' on white Southerners' anxieties about the Civil Rights Movement; Acceptance of a notion that Black men harbor irresistible and animal-like sexual urges; Recapitulation of the novel's itinerary related to black an white female rape; Forthright exploration of the implications of interracial rape for essay industrial, black women.
Rogin, Michael The sword became a flashing vision : D.W. Griffith's The birth of a nation. In: The New American studies : essays from Representations / edited by Philip Fisher. Berkeley : University of California Press, c1991. Main Stack E169.1.N542 1991. Silva, Fred. Focus on of religion, The Birth of a Nation.
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall . Series titles: Film Focus; A Spectrum book. Main Stack PN1997 .B5671 1971. Silverman, Joan L. The birth of a nation: prohibition propaganda. In: The South and film / Warren French, editor Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 1981 Main Stack PN1995.9.S66.S6 MoffittPN1995.9.S66.S6. Simmon, Scott. The Films of D.W. Griffith . Cambridge [England]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993. Series title: Cambridge film classics. pp: 46-61. Main Stack PN1998.3.G76.S56 1993 MoffittPN1998.3.G76.S56 1993. Staiger, Janet The birth of a nation: reconsidering its reception.
In: Interpreting films: studies in the historical reception of American cinema / Janet Staiger. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c1992. Main Stack PN1995.S6735 1992 MoffittPN1995.S6735 1992p. 139-53. Stokes, Mason Boyd Becoming visible: I'm white, therefore I'm anxious.
In: The color of sex: whiteness, heterosexuality, and the fictions of white supremacy / Mason Stokes. p. 158-77. Durham : Duke University Press, 2001. Essay. New Americanists. Main Stack PS173.W46.S76 2001. Stokes, Melvyn. D. Of Religion Essay. W. Affirmative Debate. Griffith's The birth of a nation : a history of the most controversial motion picture of all time / Melvyn Stokes. Philosophy Essay Questions. New York : Oxford University Press, 2007. Gardner) Stacks PN1997.B55 S76 2007 Moffitt PN1997.B55 S76 2007. Thomas Dixon, Jr. and the birth of modern America Edited by Michele K. Gillespie and Randal L. Industrial. Hall. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, c2006.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PS3507.I93 Z87 2006 Contents: Thomas Dixon : American Proteus / W. Fitzhugh Brundage -- My books are hard reading for a Negro : Tom Dixon and his African American critics, 1905-1939 / John David Smith -- Gender and race in Dixon's religious ideology / Cynthia Lynn Lyerly -- Ours is a century of light : Dixon's strange consistency / David Stricklin -- Thomas Dixon and the literary production of philosophy essay questions, whiteness / Scott Romine -- Thomas Dixon and race melodrama / Jane M. Gaines -- The cinematic representation of race in The birth of a nation : a Black horror film / Charlene Regester -- Do movies have rights? / Louis Menand -- Epilogue : the enduring worlds of Thomas Dixon / William A. Link. Tratner, Michael. Constructing public institutions and essay industrial private sexuality : The birth of a nation and Intolerance. In: Crowd scenes : movies and mass politics / Michael Tratner. New York : Fordham University Press, 2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.C67 T73 2008 Wagenknecht, Edward. The Movies in the Age of Innocence. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1962. pp: 87-97. Main Stack PN1993.5.A1.W2 MoffittPN1993.5.A1.W2 Bancroft F867.M6W3. Non-circulating; may be used only in The Bancroft Library. Williams, Linda Anti-Tom and of religion questions The birth of a nation. In: Playing the race card : melodramas of black and how to distance word problems white from Uncle Tom to O.J. Of Religion. Simpson / Linda Williams. pp: 96-135.
Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c2001. Grad Svcs E185.625.W523 2001 Main Stack E185.625.W523 2001. Williams, Linda The American melodramatic mode.In: Playing the race card: melodramas of black and how to white from Uncle Tom to O.J. Simpson / Linda Williams. Philosophy Questions. pp: 10-44. Essay Water. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c2001. Grad Svcs E185.625.W523 2001 Main Stack E185.625.W523 2001. Williams, Linda Race, melodrama and The birth of a nation (1915). In: The silent cinema reader / edited by Lee Grieveson and philosophy of religion essay questions Peter Krämer. London ; New York : Routledge, 2004. Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.75 .S547 2004. Winchell, Mark Royden Ride to the rescue : D.W.
Griffith's The birth of a nation (1915). In: God, man, and Hollywood : politically incorrect cinema from The birth of a nation to The Passion of the Christ / Mark Royden Winchell. Wilmington, Del. : ISI Books, c2008. Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.S6 W53 2008. Punishment Argument. Wood, Amy Louise With the essay roar of thunder : The birth of a nation. In: Lynching and spectacle : witnessing racial violence in America, 1890-1940 / Amy Louise Wood. Thesis Submission. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c2009. Main (Gardner) Stacks HV6457 .W66 2009. Wood, Gerald. From The Clansman and of religion essay Birth of a Nation to Gone with the Wind: The Loss of American Innocence.
In: Recasting: Gone with the Wind in American Culture . Darden Asbury Pyron, editor. Miami: University Presses of Florida, c1983. pp.: 123-136. Main Stack PS3525.I972.G687 1983 Moffitt PS3525.I972.G687 1983. Birth of a Nation: Journal Articles. Alonzo, Juan From Derision to Desire: The 'Greaser' in affirmative debate essay, Stephen Crane's Mexican Stories and D. Philosophy Questions. W. Griffith's Early Westerns. Western American Literature , vol. 38, no.
4, pp. 374-401, 2004 Winter. Ambrosius, Lloyd E. Woodrow Wilson and The Birth of a Nation: American Democracy and essay democracy International Relations. Diplomacy Statecraft . Dec 2007. Vol. 18, Iss.
4; p. 689. Armour, Robert A. History Written in of religion, Jagged Lightning: Realistic South vs. Industrial Democracy. Romantic South in The Birth of a Nation. The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South , vol. 19 no. 3-4.
1981 Spring-Summer. pp: 14-21. Discusses filmmaker D. W. Griffith's motives behind his film The Birth of a Nation (1915). Essay. Griffith sincerely wanted to make a film depicting the truth about the industrial Civil War as seen by the Southerner. However, his idealized view of the philosophy essay questions South, a view founded in his Southern background, came into conflict with the documentary potential of the film, thus creating a highly controversial film. [America: History and Life] Arrival Of a New Stage In the Art of the Movies. Current Opinion Apr 1915. Vol. Vol. Lviii., Iss. Management. No. Of Religion Questions. 4; P. 251 (1 Page) UC users only.
Belton, John The Birth of the Nation. Sight Sound; Vol.XLV nr.2 (Spring 1976); p.85-86 Account of the events leading up to essay industrial democracy the US Appeals Court declaring the philosophy essay copyright renewal invalid. Benbow, Mark E. Birth of a Quotation: Woodrow Wilson and Like Writing History with Lightning. Journal of the essay water Gilded Age Progressive Era , Oct2010, Vol. Philosophy Essay. 9 Issue 4, p509-533, 25p UC users only. Brock, Paul Birth of an ugly notion: honor for a racist film draws renewed protests. (National Briefs.) Crisis , v100, n2 (Feb, 1993):28 (1 page). Butters, Gerald R. 'The Birth of a Nation' and the Kansas Board of Review Of Motion Pictures: A Censorship Struggle. Kansas History 1991 14(1): 2-14 13p. Carter, Everett. Cultural History Written with Lightning: The Significance of 'The Birth of a Nation'.
American Quarterly, 12:3 (1960:Fall) 347. Charney, Mark J. 'Picturizing' History: The Assassination of Lincoln in D. W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation. South Carolina Review. 22(2):58-62. Submission Penn. 1990 Spring. Cinema Journal. v12.n1.
Autumn 1972. p. 26-45 Consideration of the questions film in terms of its racism and the myth of the affirmative action debate old South. Clarke, Steve U.K. violence regs put video 'Birth' on hold. (video release of 'Birth of a Nation') Variety , v355, n4 (May 23, 1994):27 (2 pages). Couvares, Francis G. The good censor: race, sex, and censorship in the early cinema. Yale Journal of Criticism , 1994, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p233-251, 19p UC users only.
Cripps, Thomas The Absent Presence in philosophy of religion questions, American Civil War Films. (role of black characters). Historical Journal of penn state, Film, Radio and Television , v14, n4 (Oct, 1994):367 (10 pages. Considers the roles given to blacks in films about the philosophy of religion US Civil War, noting the visual representation in films incl. The Birth of a Nation, Gone with the Wind and punishment argument essay Glory. Cripps, Thomas R. The Unformed Image: The Negro in philosophy of religion, the Movies Before Birth Of a Nation. Maryland Historian 1971 2(1): 13-26.
Characterization of submission state, Negroes in films prior to of religion essay Birth of a Nation was varied. Often, Negroes were portrayed sympathetically due to the need for audiences in material management, urban areas and to the urban location of most filming. The turning point was the concomitant development of David Wark Griffith's dominant style and the migration of the film industry to California - away from the polyethnic North. In the philosophy essay sterile atmosphere of Hollywood, Negroes were utilized only essay water as comic relief. The Southern mystique prevented use of Negroes as heroes; the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) prevented their use as villains. Of Religion Questions. [America: History and Life] Cripps, Thomas R. The Reaction of the Negro to the Motion Picture The Birth of a Nation.
The Historian 25 (1963:May) UC users only. Critical Studies in essay water, Mass Communication , v10. n2. June 1993 p.179-197 Three essays which consider the force of the continuing impact of race in cultural production in the US. They take as their starting point 'The Birth of a Nation', whose racism is a real and on-going context for present filmmakers. Dean, Peter 'Birth' too racist for questions, U.K. video. (The Birth of a Nation video) Billboard , v106, n19 (May 7, 1994):93 (2 pages). DeCroix, Rick. The Birth of a Nation. (video recording reviews) Journal of Popular Film and Television , v22, n2 (Summer, 1994):93 (2 pages). Diawara, Manthia Black Spectatorship: Problems of Identification and Resistance. Essay Water. Screen, XXIX/4, Autumn 88; p.66-76. A black male view of certain scenes in a number of films, esp. Philosophy Of Religion. 'chase' sequences in The Birth of a Nation and The Color Purple.
Dramatized Race Prejudice. The Independent . Devoted to the Consideration of Politics, Social and Economic Tendencies, History, Literature, and the Arts Apr 5, 1915. Vol. 82, Iss. Debate Essay. 3461; p. 21 (1 page) UC users only. Dunn, David The Birth of a Nation: D.W. Griffith, Director.
Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television v15, n1 (March, 1995):155 (2 pages). Dyer, Richard Into the Light: The Whiteness of the South in The Birth of a Nation. In: Dixie debates: perspectives on philosophy questions, Southern cultures / edited by Richard H. King and Helen Taylor. pp: 165-76. New York: New York University Press, 1996. Essay Water. Main Stack F215.2.D593 1996. Dyer, Richard A White Star. (Gish as symbol of of religion essay questions, true white womanhood.) Sight and essay Sound , v3, n8 (August, 1993):22 (3 pages). On the use of lighting techniques in philosophy of religion, Lillian Gish's films to emphasize the star qualities of the great icon of white femininity.
Epp, Michael H. Raising Minstrelsy: Humour, Satire and the Stereotype in The Birth of a Nation and action debate Bamboozled. Canadian Review of American Studies , 2003, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p17, 19p UC users only Everson, William K. The Argonauts of California. Films in Review, XXXII/7, Sept-Aug 81; p.430-432. Of Religion Questions. Discusses production background of the film in relation to Griffith and Birth of essay water, a Nation. Film Culture. n36. Spring/Summer 1965. Entire issue devoted to philosophy films of D.W.
Griffith. Fleener, Nickie Answering Film with Film: The Hampton Epilogue, A Positive Alternative to the Negative Black Stereotypes Presented in essay water, 'The Birth of philosophy essay questions, a Nation' Journal of Popular Film and Television , 7:4 (1980) 400 Discusses the alternatives to the 1915 release, The Birth of a Nation which presented negative racial stereotyping, focusing on the two films, The Birth of a Race and thesis submission penn its epilogue The New Era, both filmed at the Hampton Institute, Hampton, Virginia, in 1915, including who decided to make the epilogue, who produced it, its thematic content, and the public's reaction. Franklin, John Hope. Birth Of A Nation: Propaganda as History. Massachusetts Review 1979 20(3): 417-434. UC users only D. Philosophy Of Religion. W. Griffith's Birth of a Nation, a film about Reconstruction, was written in essay water, 1913 by Thomas Dixon, Jr. (1864-1946), an philosophy essay questions, American Baptist minister, lawyer, novelist, and playwright. On 3 March 1915, the movie opened to the public at essay democracy the Liberty Theater in New York. Philosophy Essay. Dixon's motives were to make a case for the whites in democracy, the South, and to transform every spectator into a good Democrat. He was never interested in the truth in history, but rather in selling a promotion piece. In this he was highly successful; therefore, there are inaccuracies in the film. Of Religion. The film is shown today as a period piece, ostensibly as part of the history of film-making.
Based on Dixon's autobiography, presidential papers of Woodrow Wilson, and newspapers. Gallagher, Brian. Racist Ideology And Black Abnormality In The Birth Of A Nation. Phylon 1982 43(1): 68-76. The black characters portrayed in the film The Birth of essay water, A Nation are denied normal characteristics. Philosophy Of Religion. They are defined and limited by their inevitable and inherent excesses.
The ineffectuality of blacks is a constant theme of the movie. Both racism and technical virtuosity have made it one of the country's most controversial films. [from ABC-CLIO America: History Life] Geary, Brian Celluloid Power: Social Film Criticism from 'The Birth of a Nation to Judgement at Nuremberg.' Library Journal , v118, n1 (Jan, 1993):118 (1 page). Gerster, Carole J. Narrative Form Transformed from The Clansman to The Birth of a Nation. West Virginia-University Philological Papers, 1999, 45, 10-19. Gill, David Griffithiana, n60/61 October 1997 p.16-29 Discusses the restoration process of Birth of a Nation.
Gill, David The birth of a nation. Orphan or pariah? Griffithiana, Vol.XVI nr.60-61 (Oct 1997); p.16-31 On the debate and technical difficulties encountered when restoring Griffith's The birth of a nation. Italian and English text. Gray, Herman The endless slide of difference: critical television studies, television and the question of race. Critical Studies in Mass Communication , v10, n2 (June, 1993):190 (8 pages).
Green, J. Ronald. Micheaux v. Griffith. Griffithiana ; Vol.XVI nr.60-61 (Oct 1997); p.32-49 Recalls the rage felt by the black community in the US towards their depiction in The birth of solve word, a nation, and how Micheaux's Within our gates was created in philosophy of religion essay, response to word problems the values of Griffith's film. Text in English and Italian. Griffith, D. W. and Stern, Seymour Birth of a Nation. (A reply to Peter Noble.) Sight and Sound 16:61 (1947:Spring) 32.
Guerrero, Ed The black man on our screens and of religion essay questions the empty space in thesis submission, representation. Callaloo ; Spring95, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p395, 6p UC users only. Hammond, Michael. Essay Questions. A Soul Stirring Appeal To Every Briton: The Reception Of The Birth Of A Nation In Britain (1915-1916). Construction Material. Film History [Australia] 1999 11(3): 353-370. UC users only Analyzes the marketing strategies and philosophy of religion essay the attitudes of the British public in the showing of the controversial film The Birth of a Nation during 1915-16. Material Management. Featuring inventive camera work and powerful images, the film, directed by David W. Griffith, was overtly racist. It presented a romanticized Southern version of the Civil War and Reconstruction, depicted blacks as ignorant and brutal, and warned of the dire perils of miscegenation. Advertising for the film in Great Britain, however, focused on its military aspects, providing a view of war generally unavailable to the British public as battlefront films of philosophy of religion essay, World War I were rare. Even the idealization of the Ku Klux Klan was made palatable by comparisons to an Anglo-Celtic rebirth to follow the Great War.
By 1918 the British moviegoing public tired of Civil War films. [America: History and Life] Henderson, Brian Celluloid Power: Social Film Criticism from 'The Birth of a Nation' to 'Judgment at Nuremberg.' Film Quarterly , v47, n1 (Fall, 1993):69 (1 pages). Historical Journal of how to solve, Film, Radio and Television. v14.n4.October 1994 p.367 Considers the roles given to blacks in films about the philosophy of religion essay American Civil War, noting the visual representations in essay, films including 'The Birth of a Nation', 'Gone With the Wind', and 'Glory'. Of Religion Questions. Hoberman, J. Lightning, camera, action: as The Birth of essay industrial, a Nation turns 90, its racism is out of bounds, but its more enduring impact can be seen just by turning on the television.(FILM). Philosophy Questions. The American Prospect 16.6 (June 2005): 65(3). Essay. UC users only. Inscoe, John C. The Clansman on Stage and Screen: North Carolina Reacts.
North Carolina Historical Review, vol. 64 no. 2. 1987 Apr. pp: 139-161. Compares the public response in North Carolina to The Clansman (1905), a play by Thomas Dixon, Jr., with the response to D. Of Religion Essay Questions. W. Griffith's film version, The Birth of a Nation (1915). Dixon, a native North Carolinian, promoted a theory of action debate, racial inferiority and of religion essay questions retrogression in which blacks were devolving to a bestial state; his solution was total segregation. In North Carolina, The Clansman tapped racial undercurrents. An all-white cast stereotypically portrayed blacks as either simple-minded or a threat to society. Dixon was pleased by the enthusiastic response and, a decade later, expected a similar reaction to the film version; he was disappointed. Affirmative Action. By 1915, a shift in racial attitudes had occurred. With the threat of a world war, viewers of the film were touched more by the antiwar subtext than by the racial question.
Johnson, William Message movies: do they deliver? (influence of movies on social behavior) Film Comment , v31, n3 (May-June, 1995):39 (6 pages). UC users only. Jozajtis, Kris American Civil Religion, The Lost Cause, and D. W. Philosophy Of Religion. Griffith: The Birth of a Nation Revisited. Scope: An Online Journal of affirmative action essay, Film Studies , 2002 Dec. Jump Cut. n28. April 1983. Of Religion Essay Questions. p.66-67 Use of racism in film. Kirby, Jack Temple. D. W. Griffith's Racial Portraiture. Phylon 1978 39(2): 118-127. UC users only In his more than 400 films, David Wark Griffith treated racial themes frequently. He used stereotypes constantly: Jews were ingratiating and parsimonious, Italians and Hispanics passionate and essay industrial democracy often violent; American Indians noble savages; Orientals inscrutable and tradition-bound.
Yet all of these ethnic types could be either good or bad, depending on the film. Griffith makes Indians heroes more often than villains, and sympathizes with the struggle against the encroaching whites. Ramona (1910) depicts white persecution of the mestiza Ramona and her Indian lover. Blacks, however, were either wicked or docile retainers; in philosophy of religion essay, Birth of corporal punishment, a Nation (1915) Griffith enshrines these racial stereotypes in one of the philosophy questions greatest films ever made. In Intolerance, he chronicles many instances of that vice in history, but never racial prejudice as a form thereof. Griffith's racism, however, should not be singled out for how to solve word problems, condemnation; it was typical of the time, and many made films more viciously racist than did Griffith. [from ABC-CLIO America: History Life] Koshy, Susan American Nationhood as Eugenic Romance.
Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies ; Spring2001, Vol. Essay. 12 Issue 1, p50, 29p UC users only Critiques D.W. Griffith's treatment of miscegenation in his 'Broken Blossoms' and 'The Birth of state, a Nation' motion pictures. Transformation of representation of miscegenation; Griffith's liberal idealism; Ambiguities of liberalism of 'Broken Blossoms'; Interpretation of contradictory and conflicted reconstruction of interracial desire; Argument for cultural separatism. Lanchbery, John Recreating the music for The birth of a nation. Of Religion. Griffithiana ; Vol.XVI nr.60-61 (Oct 1997); p.30-31 John Lanchbery on composing and orchestrating the music for the restored version of The birth of a nation. Italian and English text. Leenhouts, Anneke. 'The Leopard's Spots:' Thomas Dixon's Dystopia Of Radical Reconstruction. European Contributions to American Studies ; 2004 51: 34-42, 9p. UC users only.
Lennig, Arthur. Myth and fact: the reception of The Birth of a Nation. Film History 16.2 (April 2004): 117. UC users only Part of a special issue on the making and exhibition of films. The reception of D. W. Griffith's 1914 film The Birth of a Nation is essay water, examined. The film opened in Los Angeles, New York, and Boston in 1915 to protests from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. This association repeatedly sought to halt it because of its unfavorable depiction of negroes, and philosophy the graphic and highly dramatic terms in which it dealt with certain issues that had by then passed into history and were best forgotten in essay water, the name of racial harmony. Philosophy Essay. Despite these protests, it was almost universally praised by corporal argument, film reviewers, editorial writers, historians, clergymen, politicians, union leaders, socialists, and the general public. However, while it was certainly a remarkable work, it is doubtful that it would have received such extreme fame without the immense publicity created by the efforts to ban it. [Art Index] Louvish, Simon Burning crosses. Sight Sound v. ns10 no.
9 (September 2000) p. 12-13 UC users only philosophy of religion essay A Variety article from 1916 demonstrates that D. W. Material Thesis. Griffith was forced to re-shoot scenes of of religion essay questions, his film Intolerance because of their anti-Semitic content. Griffith was obviously still ruthlessly prepared to enrage another minority in order to once again cause the type of ruckus that had resulted in great profits for his film The Birth of debate essay, a Nation. However, the whole point of Intolerance was, for Griffith, to make the most powerful appeal he could against the stifling of thought and speech. He felt that the individual artist should be allowed total freedom and that such freedom was the philosophy font from which innovation and creativity flowed. The things of importance to the artist thus took precedence over any responsibility to essay industrial democracy truths that did not fit his thesis, and Griffith was prepared to use the art of cinema to degrade, instead of uplift, humanity. Of Religion Essay Questions. The problem with this was that Griffith, despite his prejudices, was still a great filmmaker, and his works are among the few films that can inflame the emotions as easily today as they could when they were originally made. [Art Index] Mackaye, M. Birth of thesis submission, a nation. Scribner's Magazine v. 102 (November 1937) p. Philosophy Questions. 40-6+ Magowan, Kim Coming Between The Black Beast and The White Virgin: The Pressures Of Liminality In Thomas Dixon. Studies In American Fiction Spring 1999 V27 I1 P77 This article discusses the view of miscegenation portrayed in how to word, the works of Thomas Dixon, Jr. Dixon's influence on politicians of his time, his work as the basis for philosophy of religion, D. W. Griffith's film 'The Birth of a Nation,' and material management thesis subsequent critical attention to Dixon are explored.
Mangun, Kimberley. Philosophy Of Religion Essay Questions. As citizens of Portland we must protest: Beatrice Morrow Cannady and the African American response to D. Essay Water. W. Griffith's Masterpiece. Oregon Historical Quarterly 107.3 (Fall 2006): 372. UC users only. Martin, Jeffrey B. Film out of questions, theatre: D. W. Griffith, Birth of a Nation and the melodrama The Clansman. Literature/Film Quarterly 1990 (18:2) 87-95. UC users only Finds much of Griffith's supposed innovation in The birth of a nation in its source novel, Thomas Dixon's 'The clansman'. McEwan, Paul. Lawyers, Bibliographies, and debate the Klan: Griffith's resources in the censorship battle over The Birth of a Nation in Ohio. Film History ; 2008, Vol.
20 Issue 3, p357-366, 10p UC users only. Merritt, Russell. Dixon, Griffith, and the Southern Legend. Cinema Journal , Fall72, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p26-45, 20p; Miller, James A. The Case of Early Black Cinema. Critical Studies in Mass Communication , v10, n2 (June, 1993):181 (4 pages). NAACP v. The Birth of philosophy of religion essay, a Nation Crisis 72:2 (1965:Feb.) 96. Niderost, Eric.
The birth of a nation.(an epic about the Civil War). American History 40.4 (Oct 2005): 60(10). The making of the film, 'The Birth of a Nation', an submission state, epic about the Civil War and philosophy of religion essay questions the subsequent agonies of reconstruction after the war, took from the novel, 'The Clansman', written by Thomas Dixon is described. The difficulties faced, by the director of the film D.W. Griffith during the production of the film and how to distance word the way Griffith crossed all the hurdles, kept in the way to stop the release of the film by National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) are also mentioned. Essay. [Expanded Academic Index] Oliver, Lawrence J. James Weldon Johnson's New York Age Essays on The Birth of a Nation and how to solve the 'Southern Oligarchy'.
South Central Review: The Journal of the South Central Modern Language Association, vol. 10 no. 4. Of Religion Essay Questions. 1993 Winter. pp: 1-17. Osterweil, Ara Reconstructing Shirley: Pedophilia and Interracial Romance in Hollywood's Age of Innocence. Camera Obscura ; Sep2009, Vol. 24 Issue 72, preceding p1-39, 41p UC users only. Parker, Diane In search of truth: deconstructing authenticity in cinematic arts. Textual Studies in Canada Fall 2002 p69(8) UC users only. Thesis Submission Penn. Parshall, Gerald The first prince of Babylon. (filmmaker D.W. Griffith)(The Prophets of Pop Culture) U.S. News World Report , v124, n21 (June 1, 1998):58 (3 pages).
Patton, C. White Racism/Black Signs: Censorship and Images of Races Relations. Journal of Communication, XLV/2, Spring 95; p.65-77. UC users only Examines US censorship of films on the grounds of sacrilege and racial representation, beginning in 1915 with censorship of The Birth of questions, a Nation and ending in essay industrial democracy, 1952 when the US Supreme Court ruled that these were unconstitutional grounds for censorship. Considers two causes celébre, Pinky and philosophy essay Il miracolo (from L'amore). Phillips, Mike. White Lies. Sight and Sound. v3.n8 August 1993 p.22-24. About the essay water use of essay questions, lighting techniques in Lillian Gish's films to emphasise the star qualities of the great icon of white feminity. Includes views on affirmative debate, 'The Birth of a Nation'. Reaction to the resurrection of The Birth of a Nation as a result of its imminent release on Connoisseur Video; explores its racist content, intentions and the context of its production and re-release.
Pinsky, M.I. Racism, History and philosophy essay questions Mass Media. Jump Cut, /28, Apr 83; p.66-67. UC users only essay water Traces the presentation of racial conflict through the films The birth of philosophy of religion, a nation, Gone with the Wind and Red November, Black November. Richardson, Riche. 'The Birth of Nation'hood': Lessons from Thomas Dixon and construction material thesis D. Philosophy Of Religion. W. Griffith to William Bradford Huie and The Klansman, O. J. Simpson's First Movie. Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures . 56 (1): 3-31. 2002-2003 Winter. UC users only.
Robinson, Cedric J. In the Year 1915: D. W. Griffith and the Whitening of America. Social Identities , 1997, 3, 2, June, 161-192 UC users only D. W. Griffith's film, Birth of a Nation (1915), colluded with a host of powerful economic interests political initiatives in essay water, the US, coincided with dramatic changes in the US population film production. Providing a racial catechism that included a mythical national history of white sameness, Griffith appropriated narratives from co-ideologists Woodrow Wilson Thomas Dixon, Jr., to designate black desire authoritatively as the recurring menace to Western civilization a Christian Aryan nation. By employing the epic genre, Griffith ensured that his imagined moral order would acquire a compelling authority, particularly for his immigrant audience. Griffith succeeded in his effort to pose national redemption in essay questions, racial terms, established cinematic protocols racial icons that still survive. 63 References. Adapted from the source document. [Sociological Abstracts] Rogin, Michael The sword became a flashing vision : D.W. Griffith's The birth of a nation. Representations , No.
9, Special Issue: American Culture Between the Civil War and World War I. (Winter, 1985), pp. 150-195. UC users only D. W. Griffith indicated that in The Birth of a Nation (1915), his film on the Ku Klux Klan, he had a single purpose: to create a feeling of abhorrence in white people, especially white women, against colored men. The author provides a psychohistory of Griffith and his films by examining the origins of the solve distance word problems filmmaker's racism, his attitudes toward women, and his relationship to his father as well as noting the influence of his friends, Thomas Dixon and Woodrow Wilson. [America: History and philosophy essay questions Life] Rogin, Michael. The Two Declarations of American Independence. Essay. Representations, vol. Philosophy Of Religion. 55.
1996 Summer. pp: 13-30. Essay Water. Ruiz-Velasco, Chris Order out of Chaos: Whiteness, White Supremacy, and Thomas Dixon, Jr. Philosophy Of Religion. College Literature , Vol. 34, No. How To Solve Distance. 4 (Fall, 2007), pp. 148-165 UC users only. Rylance, David. Breech Birth: The Receptions to D. Of Religion Questions. W. Affirmative. Griffith's 'The Birth of a Nation'. Philosophy Of Religion. Australasian Journal of industrial, American Studies ; 2005 24(2): 1-20, 20p edu/journals/cinema_journal/v050/50.1.stokes.pdf UC users only. Salter, Richard C. Questions. The Birth of corporal argument, a Nation as American Myth.
Journal of Religion and Film , vol. 8, no. 2, pp. [no pagination], Fall 2004. Segrest, Mab Rebirths of a U.S. Nation: Race and Gendering of the Nation State. Mississippi Quarterly; Winter2003/2004, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p27-40, 14p Considers the contradictory relation of the South to the nation in the process of colonizing, nation-building, civil war and rebirth in transnational feminist terms. Focus on the end of Reconstruction, using D.W. Grffith's 1915 film classic The Birth of a Nation; Reading of the late essays of Martin Luther King Jr. against Alice Walker's post-civil rights novel Meridian. Philosophy Of Religion Essay Questions. Shrock, J. Desperate deeds, desperate men: Gender, race, and rape in silent feature films, 1915-1927. Journal of Men's Studies ; 1997, Vol.
6 Issue 1, p69-89, 21p UC users only. Sight and Sound Supplement. n14. March 1948. Essay. p.4, 5 Some credits and of religion item on the film and its controversial content within an index on blacks in films 1905-1948. Solve Word Problems. Silverman, Joan L. 'The Birth of a Nation': Prohibition Propaganda. The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South , vol. 19 no. 3-4. 1981 Spring-Summer. pp: 23-30.
The Birth of a Nation (1915) was, as much as anything else, prohibition propaganda. D. W. Griffith, the filmmaker who made the film was a prohibitionist well versed in producing temperance films. Picturing the Negro as a drunkard when liquor was available, it was necessary to pass a prohibition amendment to keep liquor from the black. Of Religion Essay Questions. [America: History and Life] Simcovitch, Maxim The Impact Of Griffith's Birth Of A Nation On The Modern Ku Klux Klan. Journal of Popular Film , 1:1 (1972:Winter) 45 Evidence to support the submission state view that 'The birth of a nation' was used by the Ku Klux Klan to aid its growth.
Smith, Matthew Wilson American Valkyries: Richard Wagner, D. W. Griffith, and essay questions the Birth of Classical Cinema. Affirmative Action Debate Essay. Modernism/Modernity , vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 221-242, Apr 2008 UC users only Focusing on the period from 1910 to 1915, this article argues that Richard Wagner's work was crucial to essay the development of American cinema.
Critics and artists not only advocated Wagner's composition techniques for film accompaniment, but also turned Wagner into an emblem for far broader reforms. These reforms included a greater integration of music and film, a conception of film as a high art, and essay water a conception of film as a medium for national purification and bourgeoisification. Of Religion. These reforms, and their connection to Wagner, helped set the stage for the use of 'The Ride of the Valkyries' in D. Submission. W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation (1915). [MLA] Staiger, Janet The Teleological Text: Causality and Design in 'The Birth of a Nation'. 1978 Griffith Seminar. UC users only Steiner, L. Race And Cultural Production - Responses To The Birth Of A Nation. Critical Studies in Mass Communication 10: (2) 179-180 Jun 1993.
Stern, Seymour The Griffith Controversy. Sight and Sound 17:65 (1948:Spring) p.49 UC users only. Stern, Seymour; Griffith, D. Philosophy Essay. W. Birth of submission penn, a Nation. Of Religion Essay Questions. Sight and Sound 16:61 (1947:Spring) p.32 UC users only. Stern, Seymour D.W. Griffith - An Appreciation.
Sight and Sound 17:67 (1948:Autumn) p.109 Go to Journal Issue UC users only. Stern, S., Fleming, W.L., Merritt, Russell In Defence of the KKK. Monthly Film Bulletin, XLVI/544, May 79; p.112. Four texts seeking to management thesis explain D.W.G. and his attitude to slavery and the Ku Klux Klan in philosophy essay, The birth of a nation. Stokes, Melvyn. Crises in History and the Response to Them as Illustrated in The Birth of a Nation and Gone with the affirmative action essay Wind. La Licorne, vol. Of Religion. 36. 1996. pp: 67-77. Stokes, Melvyn.
The Endless Re-Birth of The Birth of thesis, a Nation? Interdisciplinary Journal for Germanic Linguistics Semiotic Analysis. 5(2):199-212. 2000 Fall. Stokes, Melvyn. Race, Politics, and Censorship: D. W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation in France, 1916-1923. Cinema Journal , 50, Number 1, Fall 2010, pp.
19-38 (Article) UC users only. Strebel, E.G. The Voortrekkers: A Cinematographic Reflection of rising Afrikaner Nationalism. Film History IX/2, May 79; p.25-32. Compares The Voortrekkers to essay The Birth of a Nation in its foreshadowing of deep-rooted national ills. Taylor, Charles The Re-birth of the Aesthetic in Cinema.
Wide Angle, XIII/3-4, July-Oct 91; p.12-30. Re-examination of the industrial democracy racial controversy surrounding The birth of a nation, and philosophy essay D.W. Griffith's intent in his portrayal of the black characters. Taylor, Clyde. Construction Thesis. The Re-Birth of the Aesthetic in Cinema. Wide Angle, vol. 13 no. 3-4.
1991. pp: 12-30. Questions. Tyler, Bruce M. Racist Art and Politics at the Turn of the Century. The Journal of Ethnic Studies, vol. 15 no. 4. 1988 Winter. pp: 85-103. Describes D. W. Griffith's film, The Birth of a Nation (1915), and the works of Thomas Dixon, Jr., on which the film was based, as an exorcism ritual of a racist society. Acceptance of Griffith's thesis of the black threat to civilization permitted American society to lynch blacks, to purge them from the construction material civil service, and to philosophy questions revive the Ku Klux Klan. [America: History and Life] White, Mimi The Birth of debate essay, a Nation: History as Pretext. Enclitic, V/2, Fall-Sprinng 81-82; p.17-24. UC users only Discusses the philosophy relationship between the familial and national stories in The Birth of a Nation.
Wallace, Michele Faith The Good Lynching and The Birth of a Nation: Discourses and Aesthetics of Jim Crow. Cinema Journal - 43, Number 1, Fall 2003, pp. 85-104 - Article UC users only The Birth of submission state, a Nation (1915) is philosophy of religion, a landmark in the development of the feature film and in the history of essay water, American racial discourse in the Jim Crow period. This article proposes that the corrective for our current perspective on The Birth of a Nation is that we more thoroughly study how the techniques of feature film inscribe and underwrite dominant racial ideologies. Essay Questions. [Project Muse] Watson, Will. D.W. Griffith's The Birth of action debate, a Nation: A History of 'The Most Controversial Film of All Time'. Southern Quarterly , Fall2009, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p172-176, 5p UC users only. Wilson Smith, Matthew American Valkyries: Richard Wagner, D.W. Griffith, and the Birth of Classical Cinema. Modernism/Modernity ; Apr2008, Vol.
15 Issue 2, p221-242, 22p The article discusses the contributions of philosophy of religion, German composer Richard Wagner and filmmaker D. W. Griffith on U.S. classical cinema, particularly their works Ride of the Valkyries and The Birth of a Nation. Debate Essay. Griffith's film was seen by many not only as a depiction of a nation reborn but also the of religion essay questions birth of a new aesthetic form, which is the motion picture masterpiece. Meanwhile, Ride of the Valkyries shows Wagner's conception of the total work of essay water, art in philosophy, his composition and orchestration as well as his idea that open score should comprise a single, unending melody. [Ebsco] Wohlforth, R. In and Out of 'The Birth of a Nation'. Democracy. (Article). Films in Review, XXIX/8, Oct 78; p.465-70. Accounts of the sound effects provided by the author for an exhibition of 'The Birth of a nation' at his father's theatre, and of attempt by representatives of the NAACP to demonstrate against the film. Yacowar, M. The Birth of a Nation: D.W. Griffith, Director. Choice , v31, n11-12 (July-August, 1994):1731 (1 pages).
Videos in of religion essay questions, the Media Resources Center. Supplments to The Birth of essay water, a Nation (DVD) The making of a birth of a nation Produced by David Shepard (1992, 24 min.); New York vs. The birth of philosophy questions, a nation, documenting the battles over the 1922 re-release, including protests by essay water, the NAACP, transcripts of meetings, legal documents, newspaper articles and essay a montage of scenes ordered cut by the New York Censor Board ; excerpts from a Birth of a nation souvenir book (1915) DVD 1541. Charney, Mark-J. 'Picturizing' History: The Assassination of Lincoln in D. W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation. South Carolina Review, 1990 Spring, 22:2, 58-62. How To Problems. Lennig, Arthur There is a tragedy going on here which I will tell you later': D.W. Griffith and Abraham Lincoln.
Film History: An International Journal Volume 22, Number 1, 2010 UC users only. Petric, Vlada Two Lincoln Assassinations by D.W. Philosophy Of Religion Questions. Griffith. Quarterly Review of Film Studies, III/3, Summer 78; p.345-369. Analyses the pictorial composition and editing structure of the Lincoln assassination sequences in The birth of a nation and Abraham Lincoln. Incl. Submission Penn State. frame enlargements and shot lists. The Battle of philosophy essay, Bunker Hill Is Fought Again in D.W. Griffith's Film Spectacle Americia. Thesis Submission Penn. Current Opinion Apr 1, 1924. p. 452 UC users only.
Murray, Lawrence L. History at the Movies during the philosophy questions Sesquicentennial: D. W. Griffith's 'America.' Historian 41:3 (1979:May) 450 UC users only. Penn State. Petric, Vlada 'The Avenging Conscience': An Early Dream Film. Film Criticism , 6:2 (1982): pp: 5-27 UC users only. Altman, Rick, Merritt, Russell, Andrew, Dudley Essays on D.W. Griffith. (Special Issue). Quarterly Review of Film Studies, VI/1, Winter 81; p.1-121.
On D.W.G.'s development, some key films such as Hearts of the philosophy essay questions World and Broken blossoms, and current research. Andrew, Dudley Broken Blossoms: The Art and Eros of a Perverse Text. Quarterly Review of Film Studies 6:1 (1981:Winter) 81. Costa de Beauregard, Raphaëlle. Screening the gothic genre in Broken Blossoms (1919) by D. W. Griffith.
Anglophonia (15) 2004, 227-32. Punishment Argument. (2004) DeCrox, Rick. Broken Blossoms. (video recording reviews) Journal of Popular Film and Television v22, n2 (Summer, 1994):94 (2 pages). Donald Crisp and philosophy of religion Lillian Gish in Broken Blossoms. Theatre Arts 29:4 (1945:Apr) 244. Dong, L. Submission State. Cinematic representation of the yellow peril: D.W. Griffith's Broken blossoms. Of Religion Questions. In: Color, hair, and bone : race in the twenty-first century / edited by Linden Lewis and Glyne Griffith with Elizabeth Crespo-Kebler. Lewisburg [Pa.] : Bucknell University Press ; Associated University Presses : Cranbury, NJ, c2008. Argument. Anthropology HT1505.C5 2008.
Flitterman-Lewis, Sandy. The Blossom and the Bole: Narrative and Visual Spectacle in Early Film Melodrama. Cinema Journal , vol. 33 no. 3. 1994 Spring. pp: 3-15. Griffithiana, n48/49 October 1993 p.4-19. Two articles about the late Lillian Gish: Article about her whole career and about her work for Broken Blossoms. Kepley, Vance, Jr.
Griffith's 'Broken Blossoms' and the Problem of Historical Specificity. Quarterly Review of Film Studies, III/1, Winter 78; p.37-47. Discusses socio-economic factors relating to Broken blossoms, incl. the literary source and Griffith's distribution and exhibition techniques. Koshy, Susan. American Nationhood as Eugenic Romance. Differences: a Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies. 12:50-78. 2001 Spring. Of Religion Questions. UC users only. Debate. LeSage, J. Philosophy Of Religion Questions. Broken Blossoms: Artful Racism, Artful Rape.
Jump Cut, 26 (Dec. 1981): 51-5 also in: Home is essay water, where the heart is : studies in melodrama and the woman's film / edited by philosophy essay questions, Christine Gledhill. London : British Film Institute, 1987. Main Stack PN1995.9.M4.H6 MoffittPN1995.9.M4.H6. Leonard, Garry. Tears of Joy: Hollywood Melodrama, Ecstasy, and essay Restoring Meta-Narratives of Transcendence in Modernity.
University of philosophy of religion essay questions, Toronto Quarterly , Spring2010, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p819-837, 19p UC users only There is corporal argument, critical consensus that modernity is characterized by a lack of meta-narratives, by de-sacralization, by the sequestration of people from the essay questions meaning contained in their life experiences, and by a crisis in valuation. This paper argues that Hollywood melodrama compensates for essay water, these aspects of philosophy of religion essay, modern life by locating the sacred within the secular. Part of the compensatory function served by this genre is effected through the material thesis emotional impact that melodramas have on audiences, which can be usefully contextualized in relation to religious ecstasy. A comparative analysis of the two films Broken Blossoms (1919) and American Beauty (1999) reveals how the philosophy essay evocation of ecstasy through film can reinstate meta-narratives, present an alternative means of valuation to capitalism, and manifest an opposite logic to that of investment – that of sacrifice. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] Quarterly Review of Film Studies, (review) v6.n1 Winter 1981 p. 81-90 Analysis of the racial and sexual politics in D.W. Griffith's Broken blossoms. Marchetti, Gina The rape fantasy: The Cheat and Broken Blossoms. In: Romance and the Yellow Peril: Race, Sex, and Discursive Strategies in Hollywood Fiction / Gina Marchetti. p. 10-45. Argument Essay. Berkeley: University of of religion questions, California Press, c1993.
UCB AsianAmer PN1995.9.A8 M37 *c2 copies UCB Main PN1995.9.A78 M37 1993 UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.A78 M37 1993. Thesis Submission State. Merritt, Russell In and around Broken Blossom. Griffithiana XVI/48-49, Oct 1993; p.12-19. Examines the critical reputation of Broken blossoms in of religion, terms of its narrative, its relationship to class structures and contemporary anti-Asian stereotypes, and Griffith's unorthodox marketing and exhibition strategies (Incl. Italian translation on alternate pages.) Millar, Daniel. Structure of oppositions in two films of D. W. Griffith: 'Broken Blossoms' and 'True Heart Susie' Durham University Journal 1977 (38) 263-9.
Peucker, Brigitte Monstrous births: the hybrid text. In: Peucker, Brigitte. Incorporating images: film and construction thesis the rival arts / Brigitte Peucker. Philosophy Of Religion Questions. p. 55-103. Princeton, N.J. Democracy. : Princeton University Press, c1995. Philosophy Essay. (Series: Princeton paperbacks) Main Stack PN1995.25.P48 1995. Quarterly Review of Film Studies, v3.n1 Winter 1978 p. 37-47 Analysis of conditions tempering original audience reaction. Watts, Carol. Essay Industrial Democracy. Adapting Affect: The Melodramatic Economy of Broken Blossoms. Film Studies: An International Review. 3: 31-46. 2002 Spring. Questions. Bowser, Eileen The Reconstitution of A Corner in Wheat Cinema Journal Issue: 15:2 (1976:Spring) p.42 UC users only.
DeCroix, Rick. Material. A Corner in questions, Wheat and Selected D.W. Griffith Biograph Shorts, 1909-1913. (video recording reviews) Journal of Popular Film and punishment argument essay Television v22, n2 (Summer, 1994):91 (2 pages). Philosophy Of Religion. Färber, Helmut A corner in wheat von D.W. Griffith, 1909 : eine Kritik Munchen ; Paris : H. Farber, 1992. MAIN: PN1997.C75 F37 1992.
Färber, Helmut D.W. Griffith's A corner in construction management thesis, wheat. Griffithiana; Vol.XX nr.59 (May 1997); p.4-87 Incl. a shot-by-shot description of the Biograph short with a critique which discusses its construction, pictorial form, editing, gestures, classes, language, logic, ending and of religion essay uniqueness in film history. Also, appendices on versions, number of prints, advertising, trade paper coverage, the material contemporary political situation, its ban in Germany, its adaptation from Frank Norris and its comparison to the work of painter Jean-François Millet, technical aspects and a production calendar. Philosophy. (In Italian and English.) [FIAF] Fusco, Katherine. Taking Naturalism to the Moving Picture Show: Frank Norris, D. W. Griffith, and Naturalist Editing.
Adaptation , Jul2010, Vol. Action Debate Essay. 3 Issue 2, p155-178, 24p UC users only. Olsson, Jan. Trading places: Griffith, Patten and agricultural modernity. Of Religion Essay. Film History 17.1 (Jan 2005): 39. UC users only how to distance Part of a special issue on local film. A Corner in Wheat, a film directed by D. W. Griffith combines cultural and of religion questions representational traditions of agrarian life in complex, albeit unsettled ways. The historical matrix for thesis submission penn, the intertextual web employed by Griffith's film, encompassing the paintings of Jean-Francois Millet, the Populist movement, and the texts of Frank Norris, has impeded access to philosophy questions contemporaneous dimensions of the film and the obvious inspiration derived from headlines about wheat. The filmmakers preferred to cloak the narrative in a way that downplayed the topicality of affirmative essay, cornering and bread issues by allegorizing them in of religion essay, terms of the past.
Instead of offering economic analysis, Griffith provides a sentimental, ahistorical moral geography with scant use value and explanatory force in relation to action essay the vicissitudes of 1909. The film's abstract mode of representation appears to philosophy of religion essay be an involuntary by-product of his oblique take on the wheat mechanism and his detachment from politics. [Art Index] Ulman , Erik A Corner In Wheat: An Analysis. Senses of Cinema. Grieveson, Lee 'A kind of recreative school for the whole family': making cinema respectable, 1907-09. Screen; Vol.XLII nr.1 (Spring 2001); p.64-76 Explores the question, how did the essay democracy film industry make cinema respectable?
Looks at efforts to differentiate cinema from saloons and at texts which reform masculinity and celebrate domesticity, focusing on The drunkard's reformation (1909). Deutelbaum, Marshall D. W. Griffith and the Possibilities of philosophy of religion essay questions, Enoch Arden. Quarterly Review of Film Studies 6:1 (1981:Winter) 27 Outlines the themes and circular structures of After many years (1908)m Lines of white on a sullen sea (1909), The Unchanging Sea (1910), and Enoch Arden (1911). Simmon, Scott. 'The Female of the Species': D. W. Corporal Punishment Argument Essay. Griffith: Father of the Woman's Film. Film Quarterly , vol. 46 no.
2. 1992-1993 Winter. pp: 8-20. UC users only. Koszarski, Richard. The Girl and Her Trust: film into fiction. Philosophy Of Religion. Film History , 2008, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p198-201, 4p UC users only. Management Thesis. Altman, Rick, Merritt, Russell, Andrew, Dudley Essays on D.W. Griffith. (Special Issue). Quarterly Review of Film Studies, VI/1, Winter 81; p.1-121. Philosophy Essay. On D.W.G.'s development, some key films such as Hearts of the World and Broken Blossoms, and current research.
Latham, James. Griffith Over There: Hearts of the World. In: American cinema of the 1910s : themes and variations / edited by Charlie Keil and Ben Singer. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2009. Full-text available online (UC Berkeley users only) Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.U6 A85733 2009.
Manvell, Roger Revaluations: Hearts of the World. Sight and Sound 19:3 (1950:May) p.130 UC users only. Merritt, Russell R. Griffith Directs the Great War: The Making of Hearts of the submission penn state World. Quarterly Review of Film Studies 6:1 (1981:Winter) 45. Shrock, J. Desperate deeds, desperate men: Gender, race, and rape in silent feature films, 1915-1927. Journal of philosophy questions, Men's Studies ; 1997, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p69-89, 21p UC users only. Welsh, James M. The Great War and distance problems the War Film as Genre: Hearts of the World and What Price Glory?
In: Hollywood's World War I: Motion Picture Images / edited by Peter C. Rollins and John E. OConnor. pp: 27-38. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press,  Moffitt D522.23.H65 1997. Brownlow, Kevin. From Birth of a Nation to philosophy Intolerance In: The Parade's Gone By. Essay Water. New York, Knopf, 1968. pp: 46-50. Main Stack PN1993.5.U6.B7 MoffittPN1993.5.U6.B7 1968b. Drew, William M. D.W.Griffith's Intolerance: Its Genesis and Its Vision / by William M. Drew. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, c1986. UCB Main PN1997.I5173 D741 1986 UCB Moffitt PN1997.I5173 D74 1986.
Everson, William K. Intolerance. In: American silent film / William K. Everson. New York : Oxford University Press, 1978. Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.U6 E9 Moffitt PN1993.5.U6 E9 c.11. The Greatest Achievement of the Superman of the Movies. Current Opinion Nov 1916.
Vol. VOL. LXI, Iss. No. 5; p. 321 (1 page) UC users only. Hansen, Miriam. D.W. Giffith's Intolerance. Philosophy Of Religion. In: Classical Hollywood narrative : the paradigm wars / edited by Jane Gaines.
Durham : Duke University Press, 1992. Main Stack PN1995.C537 1992. Hansen, Miriam. Giffith's Real Intolerance. Film Comment v25, n5 (Sept-Oct, 1989):28 (2 pages). The Museum of Modern Art has put together a restored version of D. W. Griffith's Intolerance (1916) that will be shown at this year's New York Film Festival. In reconstructing the film, archivists relied on a variety of sources, including the two standard versions that have circulated since 1922. One of the sequences added to the restored print--the episode of Mary Magdelene in management thesis, the Judean story--helps make the film's ambivalent response to the crisis of femininity more explicit. Intolerance betrays a profound anxiety about the advent of the liberated woman, but its sympathetic portrayal of the Magdelene suggests that Griffith also identified with the plight of women. [Readers Guide Retrospective] Hansen, Miriam.
The Hieroglyph and the Whore: D. W. Griffith's Intolerance. South Atlantic Quarterly , vol. 88 no. 2. 1989 Spring. pp: 361-392. In his 1916 movie, Intolerance, D. W. Griffith tried to demonstrate his belief in cinema as a universal visual language that could restore the unity lost at Babel. The attempt was undermined by his reliance on philosophy essay questions, allusion to written texts. The technique of intercutting and juxtaposing different stories breaks the flow. In the material management thesis various narratives the characters of whores revive Victorian attitudes toward prostitution, in defiance of the reformers who had condemned his film Birth of a Nation as racist, and who he accused of trying to destroy the new universal language with censorship. His reversal of roles, so that fallen women rescue virtuous young men, may be traceable to a sexual desire for his older sister. [America: History and Life] From the author's forthcoming book Babel and of religion questions Babylon: Spectatorship in American Film.
Huff, Theodore. Intolerance; The Film by David Wark Griffith, Shot-by-shot Analysis. New York, Museum of Modern Art [c1966]. UCB Main PN1997 .I5171. Kepley, Vance, Jr.
Intolerance and how to solve problems the Soviets; a Historical Investigation. Wide Angle, III/1, 79; p.22-27. Challenges the extent of Griffith's influence upon Soviet filmmakers of the 1920's. also in: Inside the film factory : new approaches to Russian and Soviet cinema / edited by Richard Taylor and Ian Christie. London ; New York, NY : Routledge, 1991. Soviet cinema. Main Stack PN1993.5.R9.I57 1991 MoffittPN1993.5.R9.I57 1991. Klein, Scott W. Modernist Babylons: Utopian Aesthetics and Urban Spectacle in D. W. Griffith and philosophy of religion essay Wyndham Lewis.
Modernist Cultures , 2010, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p9-29, 21p; DOI: 10.3366/mod.2010.0003 UC users only. Leondopoulos, Jordan. Lost in a Climate of Opinion: 'Intolerance' Revisited. Literature-Film Quarterly v18, n2 (April, 1990):70 (6 pages). UC users only Defends Griffith's Intolerance against accusations of incoherence, linking it with then-contemporary modernist experiments in literature. Leondopoulos, Jordan Still the Moving World: Intolerance, Modernism, and Heart of essay democracy, Darkness / Jordan Leondopoulos. Philosophy. New York: P. Lang, c1991. Series title: Literature and the visual arts ; vol.
7. UCB Main PN1997.I5173 L46 1991. LoBrutto, V. Essay Industrial. Parallel storytelling: Intolerance. In: Becoming film literate : the art and craft of motion pictures Westport, Conn. : Praeger, c2005. Essay. MAIN: PN1994 .L595 2005 MOFF: PN1994 .L595 2005 PFA : PN1994 .L595. Louvish, Simon Burning crosses. Sight Sound; Vol.X nr.9 (Sept 2000); p.12-13 On the racism of D.W. Griffith who originally shot the crucifixion of Christ in corporal argument, Intolerance showing Jews crucifying Christ rather than the released version which shows Roman soldiers nailing Christ to the cross. Martin, Floyd W. Griffith's Intolerance: A Note on of religion questions, Additional Visual Sources.
Art Journal 43:3 (1983:Fall) 231 UC users only. Merritt, Russell D.W. Griffith's Intolerance: Reconstructing an Unattainable Text. Corporal Essay. Film History, IV/4, 90; p.337-375. UC users only The recent restoration of philosophy of religion questions, D. W. Griffith's Intolerance (1916) by the New York Museum of Modern Art is an effort to industrial democracy recreate this film as it existed on the opening night, 5 September 1916. The author critiques this new version based on his own reading of the available primary materials, including some sources not utilized in the restoration. The author questions the notion that the original negative was disassembled during 1919-20 to such a degree that Griffith was unable to fully restore it for future use. While no single edition of this film may be seen as definitive, the version presented by Griffith in 1926 may be seen as the of religion essay one with which he himself was most satisfied. [America: History and Life] Merritt, Russell On first looking into Griffith's Babylon: a reading of a publicity still. Wide Angle; Vol.III nr.1 (1979); p.12-21 Examination of the still of the how to Babylon set from Intolerance in a new context. Pratt, G.C.
Oneness of all ages. . Image (Rochester, N.Y.) v. 25 (September/December 1982) p. Philosophy Of Religion. 26-8. Pym, John Intolerance. Monthly Film Bulletin; Vol.XLVI nr.544 (May 1979); p.106-107. Rogin, Michael. The Great Mother Domesticated: Sexual Difference and Sexual Indifference in D. W. Griffith's Intolerance. Critical Inquiry 15:3 (1989:Spring) 510 UC users only D. W. Griffith's movie Intolerance (1916) is located in: anxieties about the new women in punishment essay, the progressive US; the displacement of of religion questions, meaning from point of production to arenas of leisure consumption; the essay water creation of safe, urban entertainment to overcome the opposition between beleaguered domestic home dangerous metropolitan street. The movie counterposes public sexual pleasures to female-dominated state repression, but Griffith's expressionist images montage editing overwhelm the male-subject-rescuing synthesis of family city to which he aspired. [Sociological Abstracts] Rogin, Michael. The Great Mother Domesticated: Sexual Difference and Sexual Indifference in D. W. Griffith's Intolerance. In: Discovering Difference: Contemporary Essays in American Culture. / edited by Christoph K. Lohmann. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1993. pp.: 148-88.
UCB Main PS25.D56 1993 MoffittPS25.D56 1993. Tratner, Michael. Constructing public institutions and private sexuality : The birth of a nation and Intolerance. In: Crowd scenes : movies and mass politics / Michael Tratner. New York : Fordham University Press, 2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.C67 T73 2008. Tucker, Jean E. Voices from the Silents. Quarterly Journal of the Library of Congress 1980 37(3-4): 387-412. Discusses the production in 1916 of philosophy of religion essay, David Wark Griffith's silent film Intolerance by using interviews with five people associated with the film: the actresses Lillian Gish, Anita Loos, and Miriam Cooper, actor and film researcher Joseph Henabery, and cameraman Karl Brown. Affirmative Action Debate. Brief biographical sketches of these individuals are included along with their views of Griffith and the film Intolerance. The length and complexity of Intolerance made it a financial failure, but time has shown it to be a film classic for artistic and technical merit. [America: History and Life] Rothman, William Judith of Bethulia. In: The I of the camera : essays in film criticism, history, and philosophy of religion questions aesthetics / William Rothman. p. p. Essay Water. 18-30. Cambridge [Cambridgeshire]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988. Cambridge studies in film. Main Stack PN1995.R681 1988 MoffittPN1995.R68 1988. Bellour, Raymond To alternate/to narrate.
In: Early cinema : space-frame-narrative / edited by Thomas Elsaesser with Adam Barker. p. Essay Questions. 360-74. London : BFI Publishing, 1990. Grad Svcs PN1993.5.A1.E3 1990 Non-circulating; may be used only in Graduate Services. Main Stack PN1993.5.A1.E3 1990 MoffittPN1993.5.A1.E3 1990. Thesis. Bergstrom, Janet Alternation, segmentation, hypnosis: interview with Raymond Bellour. Questions. Camera Obscura; nr.3-4 (Summer 1979); p.70-103 French critic R.B. discusses his method of textual analysis and theories about alternation and segmentation, with examples from The Lonedale operator and The Westerner.
Gunning, Tom. Systematizing the electric message: narrative form, gender, and modernity in The Lonedale operator. In: American cinema's transitional era : audiences, institutions, practices / edited by thesis, Charlie Keil and Shelley Stamp. Berkeley : University of California Press, c2004. Philosophy Of Religion. Main Stack PN1993.5.U6.A858 2004. Altman, Rick The Lonley Villa and Griffith's Paradigmatic Style. Quarterly Review of industrial democracy, Film Studies 6:2 (1981: Spring) Describes D.W.G.'s techniques in the film and evaluates their function within his narrative, cinematic and philosophy of religion questions social context. (Continuation of Griffith special issue, VI/1). Gunning, T. Construction Material Management Thesis. Heard over the phone: The Lonely villa and the de Lorde tradition of the philosophy of religion essay questions terrors of technology.
Screen v. 32 (Summer 1991) p. 184-96. Lennig, Arthur The Mother and the Law. Film History ; 2005, Vol. How To Word Problems. 17 Issue 4, p404-430, 27p UC users only. Cieutat, Michel Naissance du 'thriller': 'The musketeers of Pig Alley' de D.W. Griffith. Positif; nr.171-172 (July-Aug 1975); p.7-12 Analysis of philosophy of religion essay, The musketeers of Pig Alley which is thought to be the first gangster film ever made.
Decroix, Rick. The Musketeers of democracy, Pig Alley and questions Selected D.W. Griffith Biograph Shorts, 1912-1913. (video recording reviews) Journal of solve word problems, Popular Film and Television v22, n2 (Summer, 1994):92 (2 pages). Kepley, Vance, Jr. The Musketeers of Pig Alley and the Well-made Sausage. Literature/Film Quarterly, VI/3, Summer 78; p.274-284. illus.
Examines the film, incl. its deep-focus photography, as an example of Griffith's well-crafted later Biograph films. Drew, William M. D.W. Griffith's Orphans of the philosophy of religion Storm: A Reevaluation. Literature/Film Quarterly v18, n2 (April, 1990):76 (11 pages) UC users only. Zambrano, A. L. The styles of Dickens and Griffith: 'A Tale of Two Cities' and 'Orphans of the penn state Storm'. Language and Style: An International Journal 1974 (7) 53-61. Guiliano, Edward; Keenan, Richard C. Browning without Words: D. W. Griffith and the Filming of philosophy essay, Pippa Passes.
Browning Institute Studies , Vol. 4, (1976), pp. 125-159 UC users only. Hilenski, F.A. D.W. Griffith's film version of Browning's 'Pippa passes': Some problems in thesis, early literature to philosophy questions film adaptation. Literature/Film Quarterly; Vol.IV nr.1 (Winter 1975-76); p.76-82 UC users only Compares Robert Browning's and D.W.G.'s versions of 'Pippa passes' and discusses the limitations of film in this period, with special reference to early film critic Rollin Summers. Kirby, Jack Temple. D. Action Debate Essay. W. Questions. Griffith's Racial Portraiture. Phylon 1978 39(2): 118-127.
In his more than 400 films, David Wark Griffith treated racial themes frequently. He used stereotypes constantly: Jews were ingratiating and parsimonious, Italians and Hispanics passionate and often violent; American Indians noble savages; Orientals inscrutable and tradition-bound. Yet all of these ethnic types could be either good or bad, depending on solve word problems, the film. Griffith makes Indians heroes more often than villains, and sympathizes with the struggle against the encroaching whites. Ramona (1910) depicts white persecution of the mestiza Ramona and her Indian lover. Blacks, however, were either wicked or docile retainers; in Birth of a Nation (1915) Griffith enshrines these racial stereotypes in one of the greatest films ever made. In Intolerance, he chronicles many instances of that vice in history, but never racial prejudice as a form thereof. Griffith's racism, however, should not be singled out for philosophy of religion essay questions, condemnation; it was typical of the time, and thesis penn many made films more viciously racist than did Griffith. Noriega, Chon A. Birth of the Southwest: social protest, tourism, and D. W. Griffith's Ramona. Of Religion Essay Questions. In: The birth of whiteness : race and the emergence of U.S. cinema / edited by Daniel Bernardi. p. How To Distance Word Problems. 203-26. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c1996.
Main Stack PN1995.9.M56.B57 1996. Hearne, Joanna The cross-heart people: race and inheritance in the silent Western. Journal of philosophy questions, Popular Film and Television, Wntr 2003 v30 i4 p181(16) UC users only The author examines the visualization of Indianness in the context of cross-racial romance and in thesis penn state, relation to the emergence of the Western genre in early silent film. Popular attitudes toward Indian assimilation and United States policy are traced through the cinematic versions of The Squaw Man and other Indian dramas from 1908 to 1916. [Expanded Academic Index] Millar, Daniel. Structure of oppositions in two films of D. W. Griffith: 'Broken Blossoms' and 'True Heart Susie' Durham University Journal 1977 (38) 263-9.
Both of these films establish an art-nature dichotomy, but the of religion attitude of punishment argument, Blossoms is a mirror-reversal to that of essay, Susie. Naremore, James True Heart Susie and the Art of construction management, Lillian Gish. Philosophy Questions. Quarterly Review of Film Studies 6:1 (1981:Winter) 91. Rothman, William True heart Griffith. In: The I of the camera : essays in film criticism, history, and aesthetics / William Rothman. p. 31-47. Cambridge [Cambridgeshire]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988. Essay Water. Cambridge studies in essay questions, film. Industrial Democracy. Main Stack PN1995.R681 1988 MoffittPN1995.R68 1988.
American Film, v10.n1. October 1984 p.18-19,93 Article on essay questions, the retoration of the film by the Museum of Modern Art. Brown, Geoff Way down east. Monthly Film Bulletin; Vol.XLVI nr.544 (May 1979); p.108-109. Fischer, Lucy Silent melodrama: Way down east: melodrama, metaphor, and the maternal body. In: Cinematernity: film, motherhood, genre / Lucy Fischer. Submission State. p. 56-72. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c1996. Main Stack PN1995.9.W6.F565 1996.
Flitterman-Lewis, Sandy. The Blossom and the Bole: Narrative and of religion Visual Spectacle in Early Film Melodrama. Cinema Journal , vol. 33 no. 3. 1994 Spring. Corporal Essay. pp: 3-15.
The writer discusses the representation of women in of religion, early film melodrama. She observes that efforts to trace the origins and defining features of early film melodrama often crystallize around two distinct lines of descent, namely the dramatic narrative of theatrical performance and the visual spectacle derived from the elaboration of construction, cinematic elements. Of Religion Essay Questions. She elaborates that these reversible and intersecting categories of thesis penn, melodramatic definition find their most illustrative common ground in the image of woman. Of Religion Essay Questions. She discusses two films, Way Down East and Broken Blossoms, both characteristic film melodramas by D. W. Griffith featuring Lillian Gish, in which the spectacle of distance word, female suffering crystallizes in of religion essay, the melodramatic mainstays of thesis, violence, sexuality, and Victorian ideology, and binds the theatrical and cinematic into one compelling form. She concludes that the presence of the female image makes both the reversibility of the processes of narrative action and visual spectacle, and the cinema itself, hinge on of religion essay questions, sexual difference. [Art Index] Kauffmann, Stanley D. W. Griffith's Way Down East Horizon 14:2 (1972:Spring) 50 Discusses the filming of D. Solve Problems. W. Griffith's Way Down East, with special attention to the acting techniques of Lillian Gish and philosophy of religion questions on-location work in sub-zero weather. Kozloff, Sarah R. Where Wessex Meets New England: Griffith's Way Down East and Hardy's Tess of the construction material d'Urbervilles. Literature/ Film Quarterly , vol.
13 no. 1. Philosophy Essay Questions. 1985. pp: 35-41. UC users only Explores the influence of 'Tess of the d'Urbervilles' on thesis submission penn state, Way down East. Lennig, Arthur The Birth of Way Down East. Quarterly Review of Film Studies 6:1 (1981:Winter) 105. Thomas, Gordon Griffith's Great American Pastoral: Location and Meaning in Way Down East. Bright Lights Film Journal , February 2009 | Issue 63. Philosophy Essay Questions. Vineberg, S. The Restored Way down East.
Film Quarterly v. 39 (Spring 1986) p. 54-7. Wexman, Virginia Wright. Suffering and Suffrage: Birth, the essay water Female Body, and Women's Choices in D. W. Griffith's Way Down East. The Velvet Light Trap , vol. 29. 1992 Spring. pp: 53-65. UC users only. Williams, Linda Melodrama Revisited. Philosophy Questions. In: Refiguring American film genres : history and theory / Nick Browne, editor. Berkeley : University of California Press, c1998. Location Call No.
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Tocqueville: Women Made America Great. Alexis de Tocqueville came to philosophy of religion America in 1831 to study its prisons, but ended up documenting nearly every facet of essay water, American life. With journalistic curiosity, the essay, French aristocrat scrutinized America’s religion and government, its society and industry. He wanted to affirmative action essay know what allowed the United States to surpass Europe as the world’s political and economic superpower. His conclusion? Women. The women Tocqueville saw were not CEOs or celebrities, politicians or professional athletes. They were largely confined to the home: cleaning, cooking, taking care of philosophy, children.
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In America, the realm of the man was business and the reign of the woman was the home. But Tocqueville didn’t consider this separation a subjugation of one sex to the other. He argued that traditional roles were a matter of political economy, divided so that the greater work of society could be accomplished most effectively. Philosophy Questions. “Progress,” he wrote , “(does) not consist of making almost the same things out of penn, dissimilar beings, but of philosophy essay, having each of them fulfill his task to the best possible degree.” Traditional Roles as a Foundation for Respect. The men and women Tocqueville observed had different roles, but their focus was the same: filling the needs of the family. The same principle could be applied to a soccer team united by a winning strategy or an orchestra perfecting a symphony. Specialization of the members results in a coherent, functioning whole.
Just as we would not expect a flute player to indignantly demand to fill the action debate essay, role of a violinist, or a goalie to insist on philosophy of religion leaving the net mid-game to play offense, Tocqueville would likely be surprised at women who consider the role of homemaker degrading. Corporal Punishment Argument. The exercise of traditional roles he witnessed did not indicate a lack of respect, but rather served as its foundation. Contrary to of religion essay prevailing feminist dogma, the men Tocqueville observed did not view women as less than their equals: American men constantly exhibit a full confidence in the reason of their companion, and essay water, a profound respect for her liberty. They judge that her mind is as capable as that of man of discovering the of religion questions, naked truth, and thesis penn, her heart firm enough to follow the truth; and they have never sought to shelter the virtue of one more than that of the of religion essay questions, other from thesis penn prejudices, ignorance or fear. Feminist historical inquiry often focuses on whether or not women are respected (usually concluding that they aren’t) but from Tocqueville’s writings, we see that respect for women preceded the suffragettes and philosophy essay, the sexual revolution. Punishment Argument. The question to be examined, then, becomes what traits inspired that respect. The men with whom Tocqueville interacted valued women for their reason and philosophy of religion questions, moral judgment. American men believed that, since women were just as capable of thesis submission penn state, finding and following the truth, they didn’t need to philosophy questions be sheltered from the corporal argument essay, world.
Rather, American girls were trained to view the world with what Tocqueville called a “firm and calm eye.” They were taught principles of philosophy of religion essay, virtue and then trusted to discern between right and wrong. This moral judgment is what Tocqueville believed brought men and women on equal grounds more than anything else. However, the Americans did not believe in democracy, pure egalitarianism. Believing that every effective association should have a head, Americans did not deny the of religion questions, man the final say in familial affairs. Essay Water. Tocqueville justifies this by explaining that the purpose of democracy is not to philosophy essay questions destroy all power, but rather to essay water make power legitimate. Questions. The patriarchal authority of father over children was weaker than that in Europe, allowing adult children to operate independent of solve, familial constraints. Yet, the role of American fathers as the heads of their households remained undiminished. Since the birth of self-government resulted in the abolition of arbitrary dominion, it is reasonable to of religion questions infer that the roles of father and mother, wife and husband, were not considered arbitrary. Rather, they were divinely authenticated. Matrimony and Motherhood: Strength, Not Weakness.
As if anticipating a modern feminist critique, Tocqueville explains that this view is not “particular to one sex and contested by the other.” In other words, American women did not begrudgingly accept their role as wives and mothers. On the contrary: I did not notice that American women considered conjugal authority as a happy usurpation of their rights, or that they believed that it was degrading to submit to thesis state it . I seemed to see, on the contrary, that they took a kind of glory in the voluntary surrender of their will, and that they located their grandeur in bending to the yoke themselves and not in escaping it. Tocqueville describes women in France who fell into matrimony and childbearing ignorantly, often at a premature age. American women, by contrast, courageously shouldered the mother’s role because they freely chose it. And they chose it because of their democratic education, which Tocqueville discloses so movingly earlier in the work as an education focused on the development of philosophy of religion essay questions, reason and the discernment between truth and error. It is from the practice of independence, Tocqueville argues, that American women drew the strength to be wives and mothers.
The aristocratic societies of Europe allowed well-to-do women time to pursue pleasure. They lavished praise on them for their decorative accomplishments and their sex appeal. “In the United States,” Tocqueville notes, “Women are scarcely praised. But it is seen every day that they are respected.” American women working in the home did not enjoy the accolades of European women, but by embracing their role as nurturers of families, they raised womanhood to a plane higher than mere sexuality. The queenly grace with which they fortified their homes deeply impressed Tocqueville. He declared that women were the primary source of America’s strength and prosperity. Examining the essay water, Present. It’s common to talk about returning to our founding principles, reflecting on philosophy of religion questions the unique brand of politics and economics that turned America into industrial democracy the world’s freest and most prosperous nation.
It is less common to examine the philosophy of religion, social fabric that allowed those principles to essay water flourish. A respect for future generations requires that we consider not only the progression of our government, but also the progression of the family, as they drift ever further from the Founding Era. Tocqueville attributed chaos in Europe to a misappropriation of equality and a misunderstanding of gender roles. He recognized the strength of America in men and women who were equal, but not similar. But his whole argument for philosophy essay questions the family hinges on choice: men and essay water, women must freely choose to follow their distinct but equally valued roles. Unbound by the aristocratic patriarchal tradition of Europe, the American family survived because men and women actively chose to support it by the way they lived their lives. The question of our age is whether we will do the same. Maddie Mehr is an editorial assistant at questions, The American Conservative.
You can find more of her work at libertyunabridged.com @MaddieMehr. 59 Responses to Tocqueville: Women Made America Great. Is “Maddie” gunning for the title of resident tradcon hypocrite in essay water, the wake of Phyllis Schafly’s death? Put that computer away, sign that freelance writers check over. to hubby and get back in the kitchen, cupcake! Only among America’s tradcon loonies are the nearly 200-year-old obscure writings of a virtually unknown French dude a manifesto for philosophy of religion essay gender relations. What, you couldn’t find anyone who hasn’t been dead for 15 decades to suggest the not-as-radical-as-you-think idea that housewives deserve respect? Well, you could have asked some living feminists of today who would have said the punishment essay, same thing. Because what they advocate is having the choice to pursue the life you want with no barriers.
If that means being a stay at home mom, great. If that means being a CEO mom, great. If that means being a childless single woman who dedicates her life to backpacking across the globe, running for office, caring for the sick, or any thing she chooses, great. That ship has long sailed. Get out of the time warp and join the real world. Tocqueville… LMAO. Good one! I was always very fond of Mrs. Schlafly thought she had a lot of philosophy of religion questions, class. I don’t know if she’s is perceived as a “hypocrite” because of her background or because of an unfamiliarity with her background, but an old bio. explains: “Legal: Mrs.
Schlafly is an attorney admitted to the practice of law in Illinois, Missouri, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Supreme Court. She served (with the late Chief Justice Warren Burger) as a member of the Commission on the Bicentennial of the construction material, U.S. Constitution, 1985-1991, appointed by President Reagan. She has testified before more than 50 Congressional and State Legislative committees on constitutional, national defense, foreign policy, education, tax, encryption, and philosophy, family issues. She served five terms as a member of the Illinois Commission on punishment argument essay the Status of Women, 1975-1985, appointed by the Illinois Legislature. She served as a member of the Administrative Conference of the United States, 1983-1986. She has filed many amicus curiae briefs with the U.S.
Supreme Court and Courts of Appeal. Education: Mrs. Schlafly received her B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis in 1944 (Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, Final Honors). She worked her way through college on the night shift at the St. Louis Ordnance Plant testing .30 and .50 caliber ammunition by firing rifles and machine guns and as a laboratory technician investigating misfires and photographing tracer bullets in flight. Philosophy Of Religion Questions. She received her Master’s in Government from Harvard University in 1945. She received her J.D. from Washington University Law School in management, 1978. In 2008, she was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters by Washington University in St. Louis.
Family: Mrs. Schlafly was the 1992 Illinois Mother of the Year. Questions. She and her late husband of 44 years are the parents of six children (John, Bruce, Roger, Liza, Andrew, and Anne) and how to solve problems, 14 grandchildren. She taught all her children to read before they entered school and all had outstanding academic success: three lawyers, one physician, one Ph.D. Philosophy Essay Questions. mathematician, and one businesswoman….” I think those credentials history are pretty impressive.
Especially testing ammo for machine guns. And de Toqueville is fairly well known I believe. I still hear him quoted. Thanks, Mrs. Cracker!! Great response. And schlafly accomplished all of this while traveling the affirmative action, country to tell other women they needed to embrace their god-given roles and be homemakers.
The very definition of hypocrisy. “unfamiliarity with her background” … indeed. As to your last comment, I’ll give you $20 for every time Tocqueville comes up dinner conversation and water cooler talk. Just admit it’s a pretty obscure reference. Phyllis Schaffly motto to essay women “Do as I say, not as I do” My only advanced degree is from the school of survival, but I’m quite familiar with de Toqueville. Maybe that reflects my age though or what’s being taught(or not) in schools today. I’m pretty sure de Toqueville is distance problems quoted in virtually every election ( maybe not quoted correctly): “America is great because she is good. If America ceases to be good, America will cease to be great.”
Goodness, I’ve heard politicians use that quote on of religion all sides I think. I rather thought Mrs. Schlafly was a role model for affirmative debate essay women she would have been pleased if others attempted what she accomplished. She believed women were different from men, not inferior. When you go around preaching that women belong in essay, the home, if you are a woman, you should NOT have a career. She is a role model for hypocrisy.
“America is great because she is good” Tell that to the Chileans under Pinochet. Tell that to the Argentinians victims of the “dirty war” Tell that to material thesis the Congolese whom the US delivered into the tender care of of religion essay questions, Mobutu. There are too many victims who testify that the US is NOT good.
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an essay on cancer Today, prostate cancer is the of religion essay second most common form of cancer. And because it is generally a disease of older men, prostate cancer is not in the top five in terms of years of life lost. Punishment. The American Cancer Society projects that in 2002, 189,000 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed (American Cancer Society, 2006). Philosophy Of Religion Questions. In 2000, there were 32,000 deaths attributable to prostate cancer. Approximately 70 percent of all cases are diagnosed in essay water, men age 65 years and older. Prostate cancer is about twice as common in African-American men as in white men. Prostate cancer is a common form of cancer. In fact, more men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer than any other form of cancer, excluding only skin cancer. And about 3 percent of questions men will die from the disease.
Prostate cancer rates appear to be somewhat influenced by economics, regional geography, religion, and social stratification. For example, the highest rates of Prostate cancer in the United States occur in solve word, the Northeast, and lower rates are seen in the South. Rates are higher in urban areas than in rural areas. One suggested explanation of this urban-rural difference is of religion essay questions, that rural people have more exposure to the sun, with subsequent increases in vitamin D production and calcium absorption. High-income urban areas record higher rates than lower-income rural areas. In the United States, Caucasians and corporal punishment essay, blacks have higher rates of prostate cancer than do Hispanic Americans or Native Americans (American College of Physicians 1997). Most patients with prostate cancer have no symptoms. “Symptoms usually appear when the tumor causes some degree of urinary blockage at the bladder neck or the urethra” (Prostate Cancer, 2006). Also, symptoms include difficulty in essay questions, starting and solve word problems, stopping the urinary stream, or even after urination, there is a sense of bladder fullness because the bladder has not been fully emptied” (Prostate Cancer, 2006). The risks increase with age and high fat diet (Coley 1997). Prostate cancer is essay questions, common for men age 70 years and older. Averaging data across eight autopsy studies estimated the prevalence of prostate cancer to be 39% in 70-to 79-year-old men.
The treatment of this disease varies dramatically from country to country and within regions of the thesis United States. For example, radical prostectomy is done nearly twice as often in the Pacific Northwest as it is in New England, yet survival rates and deaths from prostate cancer are no different in the two regions. PSA screening finds many cases. However, in the great majority of of religion essay questions cases, the men would have died of another cause long before developing their first symptom of prostate cancer. When the disease is found, it is often “fixed” with surgical treatment. However, the fix has consequences, often leaving the man incontinent and/or impotent. The outcome model considers the benefits of screening and treatment from the patient#8217;s perspective. Often, using information provided by how to solve distance problems, patients, it is concluded that quality-adjusted life expectancy is optimized without screening and treatment (Coley 1997).
Prostate Cancer in the young (under age twenty) accounts for less than 1 percent of all cases. In this age group, the incidence rate is questions, far higher in blacks than in whites (the opposite of what occurs in adults). The young group of patients tends to have a remarkably high incidence of a particular type of prostate Cancer. Evidence suggests that the main environmental factor is diet. Democracy. Other environmental exposures, such as smoking, are likely to be involved in causing Prostate Cancer. In further support of the connection of diet to Prostate Cancer are a number of “migrant studies” which have examined the incidence of the disease in ethnic groups who have emigrated to other countries which have a contrasting rate of prostate cancer occurrence. For example, studies of Japanese immigrants to the United States showed that the mortality rate of Prostate Cancer among males rose to the prevailing rate or higher than the one among Caucasians (Hunink 1997). Essay. Diagnosis includes the following methods: a digital rectal examination, a PSA blood test, a prostate biopsy, magnetic resonance imaging, computerized axial tomography and bone scans.
Somewhere between a quarter and a third of these men were found to have prostate cancer making the false positive rate about 7 percent. Others have reported false positive rates in the range of submission state 7 to philosophy 11 percent. The most common cause of a false positive PSA is an enlargement of the prostate gland. Because the prostate tends to enlarge with age, PSAs tend to thesis rise with age. Therefore, false positives are less common in younger men and more common in older men. The false positive rate for philosophy of religion essay questions, subsequent PSA testing depends on whether the initial result was normal or not. If the essay industrial democracy men with abnormal PSAs are excluded, the false positive rate for a repeat test drops to around 2 percent. In other words, if a test was normal in the past, practitioners are much less likely to have a falsely abnormal test in the future (which in turn means that an abnormal result in subsequent testing is more likely to represent a cancer). However, if PSA was abnormally elevated once, it is very likely to remain abnormal in the future—even if a patient never has prostate cancer (Hunink 1997). Of Religion Essay Questions. Diagnosis of cancer often leads to a radical prostectomy (surgical removal of the prostate gland). Corporal Argument Essay. The success of the surgery would be confirmed by eradication of the of religion tumor, reduced prostate -specific antigen (PSA), and patient survival.
In contrast to the traditional biomedical model, an outcomes perspective embraces public health notions of essay water benefit. Instead of philosophy questions focusing on disease process, benefit is defined in terms of essay water life duration and quality of questions life. Studies have demonstrated that serum PSA is elevated in construction management, men with clinically diagnosed prostate cancer and that PSA levels above 4.0ng/mL have positive predictive value for prostate cancer. Despite the questions promise of PSA screening, there are also significant controversies (Fleming 1993). Based on the available literature (Fleming 1993), the preponderance of evidence suggests that after adjustment for the extent of disease, when treatment is corporal, comparable, there are no differences in essay questions, survival from early stage prostate cancer that can be attributed to affirmative action race. For more advanced disease, it is likely that the survival differences reflect differences in the distribution of disease at the time of diagnoses that are not accounted for philosophy of religion essay questions, in the staging system used. Since many of the patients treated for affirmative debate essay, prostate cancer are staged clinically and not pathologically, accurately determining the true extent of disease in philosophy of religion essay questions, prostate cancer patients is more difficult than for breast cancer. The volume of the typical prostate is 30,000 cubic millimeters. The six biopsy specimens typically represent about 150 cubic millimeters—roughly one-half of 1 percent of the organ.
And because only essay water part of each specimen is sliced and placed on a glass slide, the volume of of religion tissue actually examined by the pathologist is about 3 cubic millimeters (or 1/10,000 of the material management gland). The examination of the slide then proceeds in stages: first the slides are assessed with the naked eye; then the entire slide is viewed using low-power magnification (20 times larger than life). Finally, particular sections are examined using high power magnification (100 times larger than life). Almost all biopsies are examined in philosophy essay, under 30 minutes; most are read in under 15 minutes. Thesis Submission Penn. One example of the differences between the traditional biomedical and the outcomes models concerns screening and treatment for prostate cancer. The war on cancer followed a traditional find it–fix it biomedical model. The identification of prostate cancer dictates treatment, which in turn is evaluated by changes in biological process or disease activity. In the case of prostate cancer, a digital rectal exam may identify an asymmetric prostate, leading to a biopsy and the identification of prostate. The treatment methods include external-beam radiation therapy, radioactive seed implants, hormone therapy, radical prostatectomy, chemotherapy, cryotherapy, watchful waiting. For instance, “radioactive seeds implanted into philosophy of religion the prostate have gained popularity in recent years as a treatment for prostate cancer.
The implants, also known as brachytherapy, deliver a higher dose of radiation than do external beams, but over corporal punishment, a substantially longer period of time” (Prostate Cancer, 2006 Feb). Transurethral resection of the of religion essay questions prostate was quite popular in the late 1970s and 1980s and was performed frequently enough that the reported cases of prostate cancer began to rise. Then, in the late 1980s, a new way to management thesis find prostate cancer was developed: a blood test that measured prostate specific antigen (PSA). This test caused the philosophy of religion essay number of cancer cases to skyrocket (Curtis, Juhnke 2003). The problem arises when urologists (specialists in the male urinary and sex organs) are looking for prostate cancer in debate, men with elevated PSA. In large part because of this blood test almost a million additional men have been diagnosed with prostate cancer in the last 25 years. Consider a typical scenario. A patient has an elevated PSA level, but the doctor cannot feel a lump on of religion essay questions the prostate.
Because there is no obvious place to biopsy, the action debate essay urologist takes six biopsies, each one involving a separate insertion of philosophy a needle, to search for cancer in various parts of the prostate. The goal is to construction thesis sample throughout the prostate, with three biopsies on each side: one at the top, one at the mid portion, and one at philosophy of religion questions, the base. But no matter how systematic the approach, it still boils down to extracting six samples, each the size of how to solve word problems a wood splinter, from an organ the size of a small ball (Coley et al 1997). For localized and regional disease, the most common treatments are radical prostatectomy or radiation therapy, although some physicians may recommend “watchful waiting” depending on of religion essay patient characteristics (such as age). Once the cancer has metastasized, there is no longer a choice in treatments. At this point, androgen ablation, either with hormone treatment or through orchiectomy, is the essay water recommended treatment. If the androgen ablation ceases to contain the disease, then chemotherapy is used as a treatment of last resort.
The cost for treating prostate cancer depends largely on the type of treatment used. A 2000 study of over 10,000 men treated for early-stage prostate cancer found that the philosophy essay questions average costs of the initial work up for diagnosis, treatment, and six-month follow up ranged from how to solve distance problems, $12,000 to $30,300, depending on the type of treatment (Brandeis et al, 2000). Treating with radical prostatectomy and adjuvant radiation is the most expensive, with an average cost of $30,300. Radical prostatectomy alone had a mean cost of $18,300, and the adjuvant radiation alone typically had costs of philosophy essay $15,100. The least expensive form of treatment for early-stage prostate cancer was brachytherapy (radiation through radioactive seeds implanted directly in the tumor), at about $12,000 (Brandeis et al, 2000). Based on these costs, with nearly 200,000 new cases each year, annual direct medical costs could range between $2.4 and $6 million.
All of the above costs are for treating early-stages of prostate cancer. Industrial Democracy. When the prostate cancer is of religion essay, discovered in later stages, it is thesis submission penn state, likely to philosophy of religion questions be much more expensive since extended treatments may be necessary. For metastatic disease, costs could include extended rounds of hormone treatments, chemotherapy, and democracy, palliative care, which could lead to even higher treatment costs. Whether or not a cancer is found is a function, in part, of its size. Philosophy Questions. Big cancers are easier to find than small cancers. Management. When people hear that technological advances, like CAT scans and MRIs, make it easier to find cancer early, they are really learning that these technologies can detect small cancers. Without these technologies, many small cancers would go unnoticed. Some researchers use the term reservoir to describe these extra cancers. These two conditions are very different in terms of the types of treatment choices and the consequences of those choices on the health and functioning of the patient, as well as the costs to the patient. Prostate cancer results in significant mortality among men, which requires prevention measures and early diagnosis. Works Cited Page.
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As far as the spiritual character of the period overpowers the artist, and finds expression in his work, so far it will retain a certain grandeur, and will represent to future beholders the Unknown, the Inevitable, the Divine. No man can quite exclude this element of Necessity from his labor. No man can quite emancipate himself from his age and country, or produce a model in which the education, the religion, the politics, usages, and arts, of his times shall have no share. Though he were never so original, never so wilful and fantastic, he cannot wipe out of his work every trace of the thoughts amidst which it grew. The very avoidance betrays the usage he avoids. Above his will, and out of essay water his sight, he is necessitated, by the air he breathes, and the idea on which he and his contemporaries live and toil, to philosophy of religion questions share the manner of his times, without knowing what that manner is. Now that which is inevitable in the work has a higher charm than individual talent can ever give, inasmuch as the how to solve word problems, artist's pen or chisel seems to have been held and guided by a gigantic hand to inscribe a line in the history of the human race. This circumstance gives a value to the Egyptian hieroglyphics, to the Indian, Chinese, and Mexican idols, however gross and shapeless.
They denote the height of the human soul in that hour, and were not fantastic, but sprung from a necessity as deep as the world. Shall I now add, that the whole extant product of the of religion essay questions, plastic arts has herein its highest value, as history ; as a stroke drawn in the portrait of that fate, perfect and beautiful, according to whose ordinations all beings advance to their beatitude? Thus, historically viewed, it has been the office of art to educate the perception of beauty. We are immersed in beauty, but our eyes have no clear vision. It needs, by the exhibition of punishment argument essay single traits, to assist and lead the dormant taste. We carve and paint, or we behold what is carved and philosophy of religion essay painted, as students of the essay water, mystery of Form. The virtue of art lies in detachment, in sequestering one object from the embarrassing variety. Until one thing comes out from the connection of things, there can be enjoyment, contemplation, but no thought. Our happiness and unhappiness are unproductive. The infant lies in philosophy of religion, a pleasing trance, but his individual character and his practical power depend on his daily progress in the separation of affirmative debate essay things, and dealing with one at a time. Essay Questions? Love and all the passions concentrate all existence around a single form.
It is the industrial democracy, habit of certain minds to give an philosophy essay, all-excluding fulness to the object, the thought, the word, they alight upon, and to essay water make that for the time the deputy of the of religion essay questions, world. These are the artists, the orators, the leaders of society. The power to detach, and to magnify by detaching, is the essence of rhetoric in the hands of the management thesis, orator and the poet. This rhetoric, or power to fix the momentary eminency of an object,--so remarkable in Burke, in Byron, in Carlyle,--the painter and sculptor exhibit in color and in stone. The power depends on the depth of the artist's insight of essay questions that object he contemplates. For every object has its roots in central nature, and may of course be so exhibited to us as to represent the world. Essay Water? Therefore, each work of genius is the tyrant of the hour, and concentrates attention on itself.
For the time, it is the only thing worth naming to do that,--be it a sonnet, an of religion questions, opera, a landscape, a statue, an oration, the plan of a temple, of a campaign, or of a voyage of discovery. Presently we pass to some other object, which rounds itself into a whole, as did the construction material thesis, first; for example, a well-laid garden: and nothing seems worth doing but the laying out of philosophy essay gardens. I should think fire the best thing in the world, if I were not acquainted with air, and water, and earth. For it is the right and affirmative debate essay property of all natural objects, of all genuine talents, of of religion essay all native properties whatsoever, to be for their moment the top of the world. A squirrel leaping from corporal punishment bough to bough, and making the wood but one wide tree for philosophy his pleasure, fills the essay water, eye not less than a lion,--is beautiful, self-sufficing, and stands then and there for nature. A good ballad draws my ear and heart whilst I listen, as much as an epic has done before. A dog, drawn by a master, or a litter of pigs, satisfies, and is a reality not less than the philosophy questions, frescoes of Angelo. From this succession of excellent objects, we learn at last the immensity of the world, the opulence of human nature, which can run out to infinitude in any direction. Essay Water? But I also learn that what astonished and fascinated me in the first work astonished me in the second work also; that excellence of all things is one.
The office of painting and sculpture seems to be merely initial. The best pictures can easily tell us their last secret. Philosophy Essay? The best pictures are rude draughts of a few of the thesis submission, miraculous dots and lines and dyes which make up the philosophy of religion essay, ever-changing landscape with figures amidst which we dwell. Painting seems to be to the eye what dancing is to the limbs. When that has educated the frame to self-possession, to nimbleness, to grace, the construction management thesis, steps of the dancing-master are better forgotten; so painting teaches me the splendor of color and the expression of form, and, as I see many pictures and higher genius in the art, I see the boundless opulence of the philosophy of religion questions, pencil, the indifferency in which the artist stands free to choose out of the essay water, possible forms. If he can draw every thing, why draw any thing? and then is my eye opened to the eternal picture which nature paints in the street with moving men and children, beggars, and philosophy essay fine ladies, draped in industrial democracy, red, and green, and blue, and gray; long-haired, grizzled, white-faced, black-faced, wrinkled, giant, dwarf, expanded, elfish,--capped and based by heaven, earth, and sea.
A gallery of sculpture teaches more austerely the same lesson. As picture teaches the coloring, so sculpture the anatomy of form. When I have seen fine statues, and afterwards enter a public assembly, I understand well what he meant who said, When I have been reading Homer, all men look like giants. I too see that painting and sculpture are gymnastics of the eye, its training to philosophy of religion essay questions the niceties and how to solve distance word problems curiosities of its function. There is no statue like this living man, with his infinite advantage over all ideal sculpture, of perpetual variety. What a gallery of art have I here! No mannerist made these varied groups and diverse original single figures. Here is the artist himself improvising, grim and glad, at his block.
Now one thought strikes him, now another, and with each moment he alters the whole air, attitude, and philosophy of religion expression of his clay. Essay Water? Away with your nonsense of oil and easels, of marble and chisels: except to open your eyes to the masteries of eternal art, they are hypocritical rubbish. The reference of all production at last to an aboriginal Power explains the traits common to all works of the highest art,--that they are universally intelligible; that they restore to us the philosophy, simplest states of mind; and are religious. Since what skill is therein shown is the reappearance of the construction material, original soul, a jet of philosophy pure light, it should produce a similar impression to that made by natural objects. In happy hours, nature appears to us one with art; art perfected,--the work of genius. And the individual, in whom simple tastes and susceptibility to essay all the great human influences overpower the accidents of a local and special culture, is the best critic of art. Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us, or we find it not.
The best of beauty is a finer charm than skill in surfaces, in outlines, or rules of art can ever teach, namely, a radiation from the work of art of human character,--a wonderful expression through stone, or canvas, or musical sound, of the deepest and simplest attributes of our nature, and therefore most intelligible at last to philosophy those souls which have these attributes. In the sculptures of the Greeks, in the masonry of the Romans, and in the pictures of the Tuscan and Venetian masters, the essay water, highest charm is the philosophy essay questions, universal language they speak. Solve Distance Word? A confession of moral nature, of purity, love, and hope, breathes from them all. That which we carry to philosophy essay questions them, the same we bring back more fairly illustrated in corporal punishment argument, the memory. The traveller who visits the Vatican, and passes from chamber to chamber through galleries of statues, vases, sarcophagi, and candelabra, through all forms of beauty, cut in the richest materials, is in danger of forgetting the simplicity of the principles out of which they all sprung, and that they had their origin from philosophy of religion essay thoughts and laws in his own breast. He studies the technical rules on these wonderful remains, but forgets that these works were not always thus constellated; that they are the contributions of many ages and many countries; that each came out of the thesis submission, solitary workshop of one artist, who toiled perhaps in ignorance of the existence of other sculpture, created his work without other model, save life, household life, and the sweet and smart of personal relations, of beating hearts, and meeting eyes, of poverty, and philosophy of religion essay questions necessity, and hope, and fear. These were his inspirations, and these are the effects he carries home to essay industrial democracy your heart and mind. In proportion to his force, the artist will find in his work an of religion, outlet for his proper character.
He must not be in any manner pinched or hindered by his material, but through his necessity of democracy imparting himself the adamant will be wax in his hands, and will allow an adequate communication of himself, in his full stature and proportion. He need not cumber himself with a conventional nature and essay questions culture, nor ask what is the solve, mode in Rome or in Paris, but that house, and weather, and manner of philosophy questions living which poverty and the fate of birth have made at once so odious and so dear, in the gray, unpainted wood cabin, on how to distance problems, the corner of a New Hampshire farm, or in the log-hut of the backwoods, or in the narrow lodging where he has endured the constraints and seeming of a city poverty, will serve as well as any other condition as the symbol of a thought which pours itself indifferently through all. I remember, when in my younger days I had heard of the wonders of philosophy Italian painting, I fancied the great pictures would be great strangers; some surprising combination of color and form; a foreign wonder, barbaric pearl and gold, like the spontoons and standards of the militia, which play such pranks in the eyes and imaginations of school-boys. I was to see and acquire I knew not what. When I came at essay water, last to Rome, and saw with eyes the pictures, I found that genius left to novices the gay and fantastic and ostentatious, and essay questions itself pierced directly to the simple and true; that it was familiar and essay water sincere; that it was the old, eternal fact I had met already in so many forms,--unto which I lived; that it was the plain you and me I knew so well,--had left at home in so many conversations.
I had the same experience already in philosophy, a church at Naples. There I saw that nothing was changed with me but the solve word problems, place, and said to myself,--'Thou foolish child, hast thou come out hither, over four thousand miles of salt water, to find that which was perfect to thee there at home?'--that fact I saw again in the Academmia at Naples, in the chambers of sculpture, and yet again when I came to Rome, and to the paintings of Raphael, Angelo, Sacchi, Titian, and philosophy questions Leonardo da Vinci. What, old mole! workest thou in the earth so fast? It had travelled by my side: that which I fancied I had left in democracy, Boston was here in philosophy essay, the Vatican, and again at Milan, and at Paris, and essay water made all travelling ridiculous as a treadmill. I now require this of all pictures, that they domesticate me, not that they dazzle me. Pictures must not be too picturesque. Nothing astonishes men so much as common-sense and plain dealing. All great actions have been simple, and all great pictures are. The Transfiguration, by Raphael, is an eminent example of this peculiar merit.
A calm, benignant beauty shines over all this picture, and goes directly to the heart. It seems almost to call you by name. The sweet and sublime face of Jesus is beyond praise, yet how it disappoints all florid expectations! This familiar, simple, home-speaking countenance is as if one should meet a friend. The knowledge of picture-dealers has its value, but listen not to their criticism when your heart is touched by genius. It was not painted for them, it was painted for you; for such as had eyes capable of being touched by simplicity and lofty emotions. Yet when we have said all our fine things about the arts, we must end with a frank confession, that the arts, as we know them, are but initial. Our best praise is given to philosophy questions what they aimed and essay promised, not to the actual result. He has conceived meanly of the resources of man, who believes that the best age of production is philosophy of religion, past. How To Word Problems? The real value of the Iliad, or the Transfiguration, is as signs of power; billows or ripples they are of the stream of tendency; tokens of the everlasting effort to produce, which even in its worst estate the soul betrays.
Art has not yet come to its maturity, if it do not put itself abreast with the most potent influences of the world, if it is not practical and moral, if it do not stand in philosophy essay, connection with the essay, conscience, if it do not make the poor and uncultivated feel that it addresses them with a voice of lofty cheer. Philosophy Of Religion Essay Questions? There is higher work for Art than the arts. They are abortive births of an imperfect or vitiated instinct. Art is the need to create; but in its essence, immense and essay water universal, it is impatient of working with lame or tied hands, and philosophy of religion essay of making cripples and construction material management thesis monsters, such as all pictures and essay questions statues are. Nothing less than the creation of man and nature is its end. A man should find in it an outlet for his whole energy. He may paint and carve only as long as he can do that.
Art should exhilarate, and throw down the essay water, walls of circumstance on every side, awakening in the beholder the same sense of universal relation and essay questions power which the work evinced in the artist, and its highest effect is to make new artists. Already History is old enough to witness the old age and disappearance of particular arts. The art of sculpture is long ago perished to any real effect. It was originally a useful art, a mode of writing, a savage's record of gratitude or devotion, and among a people possessed of a wonderful perception of form this childish carving was refined to solve distance word problems the utmost splendor of of religion questions effect. But it is the game of a rude and youthful people, and not the manly labor of a wise and spiritual nation. Under an oak-tree loaded with leaves and nuts, under a sky full of eternal eyes, I stand in a thoroughfare; but in the works of our plastic arts, and especially of sculpture, creation is driven into a corner. I cannot hide from myself that there is a certain appearance of paltriness, as of toys, and essay water the trumpery of a theatre, in philosophy of religion, sculpture. Nature transcends all our moods of thought, and its secret we do not yet find.
But the punishment, gallery stands at the mercy of our moods, and there is of religion, a moment when it becomes frivolous. Construction Material Thesis? I do not wonder that Newton, with an attention habitually engaged on the paths of planets and suns, should have wondered what the Earl of Pembroke found to admire in stone dolls. Sculpture may serve to teach the pupil how deep is the secret of form, how purely the spirit can translate its meanings into that eloquent dialect. But the statue will look cold and questions false before that new activity which needs to roll through all things, and is impatient of counterfeits, and things not alive. Picture and sculpture are the celebrations and festivities of form. But true art is never fixed, but always flowing. The sweetest music is not in the oratorio, but in the human voice when it speaks from its instant life tones of tenderness, truth, or courage.
The oratorio has already lost its relation to the morning, to the sun, and the earth, but that persuading voice is in tune with these. All works of art should not be detached, but extempore performances. A great man is a new statue in corporal essay, every attitude and action. A beautiful woman is a picture which drives all beholders nobly mad. Life may be lyric or epic, as well as a poem or a romance. A true announcement of the law of creation, if a man were found worthy to declare it, would carry art up into the kingdom of nature, and philosophy of religion destroy its separate and contrasted existence. The fountains of invention and beauty in modern society are all but dried up.
A popular novel, a theatre, or a ball-room makes us feel that we are all paupers in the alms-house of this world, without dignity, without skill, or industry. Art is as poor and low. The old tragic Necessity, which lowers on the brows even of the Venuses and thesis submission state the Cupids of the antique, and furnishes the sole apology for the intrusion of philosophy essay questions such anomalous figures into nature,--namely, that they were inevitable; that the artist was drunk with a passion for form which he could not resist, and which vented itself in these fine extravagances,--no longer dignifies the chisel or the pencil. But the artist and the connoisseur now seek in art the exhibition of essay water their talent, or an asylum from the evils of of religion essay questions life. Men are not well pleased with the figure they make in corporal punishment, their own imaginations, and they flee to art, and convey their better sense in an oratorio, a statue, or a picture. Art makes the same effort which a sensual prosperity makes; namely, to philosophy questions detach the essay democracy, beautiful from the useful, to do up the work as unavoidable, and, hating it, pass on to enjoyment. These solaces and compensations, this division of philosophy questions beauty from use, the laws of nature do not permit. As soon as beauty is sought, not from essay water religion and love, but for pleasure, it degrades the seeker.
High beauty is no longer attainable by philosophy essay, him in canvas or in stone, in sound, or in lyrical construction; an effeminate, prudent, sickly beauty, which is not beauty, is democracy, all that can be formed; for the hand can never execute any thing higher than the character can inspire. The art that thus separates is itself first separated. Art must not be a superficial talent, but must begin farther back in man. Now men do not see nature to of religion questions be beautiful, and they go to make a statue which shall be. They abhor men as tasteless, dull, and inconvertible, and console themselves with color-bags, and blocks of marble.
They reject life as prosaic, and create a death which they call poetic. They despatch the day's weary chores, and fly to voluptuous reveries. They eat and drink, that they may afterwards execute the ideal. Thus is art vilified; the name conveys to the mind its secondary and bad senses; it stands in the imagination as somewhat contrary to nature, and struck with death from the first. Would it not be better to essay water begin higher up,--to serve the ideal before they eat and drink; to serve the ideal in eating and drinking, in drawing the breath, and in essay, the functions of life? Beauty must come back to the useful arts, and the distinction between the fine and the useful arts be forgotten. If history were truly told, if life were nobly spent, it would be no longer easy or possible to distinguish the one from the other. In nature, all is useful, all is beautiful.
It is therefore beautiful, because it is alive, moving, reproductive; it is therefore useful, because it is symmetrical and fair. Beauty will not come at the call of a legislature, nor will it repeat in England or America its history in Greece. It will come, as always, unannounced, and spring up between the feet of brave and earnest men. It is in vain that we look for genius to reiterate its miracles in the old arts; it is its instinct to find beauty and holiness in essay democracy, new and necessary facts, in the field and road-side, in the shop and mill. Proceeding from a religious heart it will raise to a divine use the railroad, the insurance office, the joint-stock company, our law, our primary assemblies, our commerce, the philosophy of religion questions, galvanic battery, the electric jar, the penn state, prism, and the chemist's retort, in which we seek now only an economical use.
Is not the selfish and even cruel aspect which belongs to our great mechanical works,--to mills, railways, and machinery,--the effect of the mercenary impulses which these works obey? When its errands are noble and adequate, a steamboat bridging the Atlantic between Old and New England, and arriving at its ports with the punctuality of a planet, is philosophy questions, a step of essay water man into harmony with nature. The boat at St. Petersburgh, which plies along the Lena by magnetism, needs little to make it sublime. When science is learned in love, and its powers are wielded by love, they will appear the supplements and continuations of the material creation. Selected Criticism on of religion, Art Blair, Walter and Clarence Faust. Emerson's Literary Method. Modern Philology 42 (Nov.
1944): 79-95. Essay Water? Partially reprinted in Rountree. Metzger, Charles R. Philosophy? Emerson's Religious Conception of Beauty. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 11 (Sept 1952): 67-74. Hock, David G. 'History' as Art; 'Art' as History.
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