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Thomson, Brian Lindsay

Graham Greene and the Politics of Popular Fiction and Film

Thomson, Brian Lindsay - Graham Greene and the Politics of Popular Fiction and Film, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: The Politics of Reading Greene
Brian Lindsay Thomson

Part I. From Failed Novelist to Popular Writer

2. Institutional and Critical Priorities at the Beginning of Graham Greene’s Career
Brian Lindsay Thomson

3. The Failed Novelist
Brian Lindsay Thomson

4. Readers and Generic Processes in Stamboul Train
Brian Lindsay Thomson

5. Cinema as a Strategy of Containment
Brian Lindsay Thomson

Part II. From Popular Writer to Author

6. Cinematic Evasions After Stamboul Train
Brian Lindsay Thomson

7. Greene and Genre
Brian Lindsay Thomson

8. Strategic Moves: Genres, Brands, Authors and The Third Man
Brian Lindsay Thomson

9. Amateurs and Professionals, Auteurs and Intellectuals
Brian Lindsay Thomson

Part III. From Author to Contested Authority

10. Auteurism and the Study of Greene
Brian Lindsay Thomson

11. Our Man in Havana and Auteurism
Brian Lindsay Thomson

Part IV. The Polemical Battlefield

12. Greene and the Polemics of Canonical Reading
Brian Lindsay Thomson

13. Depopulating the Common: Reading The End of the Affair
Brian Lindsay Thomson

14. Liberal Commitment: Reading The Quiet American
Brian Lindsay Thomson

15. Appropriating Greene: Re-Reading The Quiet American and The End of the Affair
Brian Lindsay Thomson

16. Conclusion: The Problem of a ‘Better Case’
Brian Lindsay Thomson

Keywords: Literature, Twentieth-Century Literature, Film History, North American Literature, Fiction, Film and Television Studies

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
256 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230250871
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-31010-4

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