By Parker Tyler
My test at three hundred dpi, OCR'd and bookmarked. The ebook comes without disguise, so I've changed the obvious purple textile binding with a later disguise from the Pelican version, i'm hoping this is often permitted.
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PART ONE intercourse Ritual
11 Warhol's New intercourse Film
18 the bleak destiny of the intercourse Goddess
27 the pony: Totem Animal of Male strength - An Essay within the Straight-camp Style
37 The gown Romance: ancient point of view I
46 Revival of the Matriarchic Spirit: old standpoint II
57 Pornography and Truthfulness: A document on i'm Curious
PART the fashionable Psyche
67 The Psychodrama
83 Maze of the trendy Sensibility: An Antonioni Trilogy
97 The Messianic Complex
106 l. a. Dolce Vita and the Monster Fish
114 Masterpieces through Antonioni and Bergman
PART 3 The Artist in Crisis
135 Orson Welles as an enormous Cult Hero
149 Lust for Lifelikeness
156 Megalomaniascope and The Horse's Mouth
161 Chaplin: Autobiographic Artist
PART 4 movie Aesthetics professional and Con
173 New Images
185 movie as a strength in visible Education
203 the parable of strategy and the parable of Reality
210 Mass movie Criticism
222 Declamation on Film
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