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|Abstract||Gilles Deleuze has produced some of the most important--and most formidable--theory on cinema to appear in the last half-century. Deleuze on Cinema provides a thorough and reliable guide to Deleuze's thought on the art of film, elucidating in clear language the shape and thrust of Deleuze's arguments found in his influential books on cinema.|
|Keywords||Motion pictures Philosophy|
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|Call number||PN1995.B527 2003|
|ISBN(s)||0415966043 0415966035 9780415966047|
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