Spike Lee Reader

ISBN-10: 1592134858

ISBN-13: 9781592134854

Edition: 2008

Authors: Paula Massood

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The films of Spike Lee consider not only race, but also the blurred interconnections among race, gender, sexuality, and class. These essays aim to spark dialogue and encourage a continuing consideration of the depth and complexity of Spike Lee's career.
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Book details

List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Temple University Press
Publication date: 2/28/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 312
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.880

Introduction: We've Gotta Have It-Spike Lee, African American Film, and Cinema Studies
"Whose pussy is this": a feminist comment
Programming with School Daze
Spike Lee and Black Women
But Compared to What? Reading Realism, Representation, and Essentialism in School Daze, Do the Right Thing, and the Spike Lee Discourse
The Double Truth, Ruth: Do the Right Thing and the Culture of Ambiguity
Spike Lee and the Fever in the Racial Jungle
"Spike, Don't Mess Malcolm Up": Courting Controversy and Control in Malcolm X
Through the Looking Glass and Over the Rainbow: Exploring the Fairy Tale in Spike Lee's Crooklyn
Clockers (Spike Lee 1995): Adaptation in Black
Reel Men: Get on the Bus and the Shifting Terrain of Black Masculinities
We Shall Overcome: Preserving History and Memory in 4 Little Girls
Spike Lee Meets Aaron Copland
Race and Black American Film Noir: Summer of Sam as Lynching Parable
Racial Kitsch and Black Performance
"I Be Smackin' My Hoes": Paradox and Authenticity in Bamboozled
De Profundis: A Love Letter from the Inside Man
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