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Black Book, Approached as a Textual System, Both Black Males (1983) and The Black Book (1986) Catalogue a Series of Perspectives, Vantage Points And'takes' on the Black Male Body. The First Thing to Notice-so Obvious It Goes Without Saying-is That All the Men Are Nude. Each of the Camera's Points of View Lead to a Unitary Vanishing Point: An Erotic/Aesthetic Objec. [REVIEW]
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H. Fenichel & D. Rapaport Iondon, We Have Other Evidence to Show That Looking has the Unconscious Significance of Devouring. The Wolf in Little Red Riding Hood Declared, First, That He Had Such Hig Eyes, the Better to See His Victim and, Next, That He Had Such a Hig Mouth, the Better to Eat Her Up. Probably Every Psycho-Analyst Could Produce Analytical Material in Support of This Equation. [REVIEW]
Dick Hebdige, It Was Quite Self Indulgent. I Wanted It to Be Monthly so That You Were Out of That Weekly Rut; on Glossy Paper so That It Would Look Good; and with Very Few Ads-at NME the Awful Shapes of Ads Often Meant That You Couldn't Do What You Wanted with the Design.(Nick Logan, Publisher of The Face Interviewed In. [REVIEW]
P. Holland, J. Spence, H. D. Buchloch, Glace Bay Studio & Cape Breton Press, Every Image of the Past That is Not Recognised by the Present as One of its Own Threatens to Disappear Irretrievably.
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Mapping Ideology, We Commonly Call Religious Ideology, Ethical Ideology, Legal Ideology, Political Ideology, Etc. So Many'world Outlooks'. Of Course, Assuming That We Do Not Live One of These Ideologies as the Truth (Eg'believe'in God, Duty, Justice, Etc....), We Admit That the Ideology We Are Discussing From a Critical Point of View, Examining It as the Ethnologist Examines the Myths Of. [REVIEW]
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