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eBook The Quiet Man...and Beyond: Reflections on a Classic Film, John Ford and Ireland download ISBN: 1905785569
Author: Sean Crosson,Rod Stoneman
Publisher: Liffey Pr (December 8, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 265
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Irish literature, and to John Ford's other films; its perce This book involves both critical analysis of aspects of The Quiet Man as myth, commodity, and fetish and the celebration of a film that has sustained considerable academic attention and popular appreciation since its release in 1952. Among the topics considered are the complexity of the film's relation to Ireland.

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The Quiet Man and Beyond: Reflections on a Classic Film, John Ford and Ireland. Harper’s Magazine (September–October): 5. oogle Scholar. Sean Crosson and Rod Stoneman (ed. Dublin: The Liffey Press. Gillespie, Michael P. 2008. The Myth of an Irish Cinema. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press. The Quiet Man and Beyond: Reflections on a Classic Film, John Ford and Ireland. Dublin: Liffey Press, 2009. Reflections on Exile. In Altogether Elsewhere: Writers on Exile, ed. Marc Robinson, 137–149. Boston and London: Faber and Faber.

and Beyond: Reflections on a Classic Film, John Ford and Ireland. In 1996, The Quiet Man topped an Irish Times poll for the best Irish film of all time. Almost ten years later, with many more Irish (and Irish-themed) films made, The Quiet Man still occupied number four in a poll of 10,000 people across Ireland View. Anáil an Bhéil Bheo: Orality and Modern Irish Culture.

Ford, John, 1894-1973 Criticism and interpretation. Uniform Title: Quiet man (Motion picture). On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. Geographic Name: Ireland In motion pictures. Personal Name: Crosson, Sea?n. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Appletree Press. Includes an in-depth chapter on the film's score and the "Isle of Innisfree".

Seán Crosson, D. National University of Ireland, Galway. Seán Crosson, D. Almost ten years later, with many more Irish (and Irish-themed) films made, The Quiet Man still occupied number four in a poll of 10,000 people across Ireland. John Ford's greatest commercial success, the film also set a template for Ireland's representation, and promotion, for over half a century. Template:Cite book Includes an in-depth chapter on the film's score and the "Isle of Innisfree". Template:Cite book Narrative of the film's production. Template:Commons category. In 1996, The Quiet Man topped an Irish Times poll for the best Irish film of all time

This book involves both critical analysis of aspects of The Quiet Man as myth, commodity, and fetish and the celebration of a film that has sustained considerable academic attention and popular appreciation since its release in 1952. Among the topics considered are the complexity of the film's relation to Ireland, Irish literature, and to John Ford's other films; its perceived place with regard to indigenous Irish cinema; and the phenomenon of its circulation and reception as a cult film over the years. ""This collective analysis and celebration of the movie is more readable than most volumes of scholarly essays. . . There is some fine writing here."" LA Theatre Examiner Online