Constellations of Adornian theory and film: readings of Adorno with Tarkovsky and Haneke

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Mussell, Simon Paul;
  • Subject: PN1993 | PN0080 | B1

This thesis engages in analysis and interpretation of certain ideas within the critical theory of Theodor W. Adorno (1903-1969). These analyses are placed into a constellational relationship with some filmic works of Andrei Tarkovsky and Michael Haneke. In doing so, I a... View more
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