Lack, R.-F.; (2008) First encounters: French literature and the cinematograph. Film History , 20 (2) pp. 133-143. 10.1353/fih.0.0015.
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Drawing on roughly forty years of French writing for examples, from the invention of the cinematograph to the publication of the first history of cinema in France, my aim in this essay is to consider how literature represented going to the cinema while this was still a new experience, how the raw material of this experience was processed into art. An alternative title would be ‘The Cinema Scene as Motif in French Literary Fiction’. Important work on this topic for the first part of my period has already been done by Stephen Bottomore in an invaluable essay to which I am much indebted.
|Title:||First encounters: French literature and the cinematograph|
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