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The outbreak of World War I compelled writers, artists and scientists to make a stand. Most of these intellectuals followed, with a plethora of nuances, the patriotism surrounding the beginning of the conflict. This article discusses the work of two writers, Thomas Mann and Romain [...]

Abstract

Film studies at universityshould start from a non teleological conception of film history, stressing the periods of transformation/transition and the different representation modes which have been aimed at the spectator through the years. The formal (non formalist) analysis of films [...]