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Description: This text examines a range of comedians and contexts from the silent era to the 1990s. Contributors address key debates on performance and genre, and discuss issues of gender and the body, ethnicity and race.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $44.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publication date: 1/30/2003
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|Genre, Narrative and Performance|
|Performance, Enuniciation and Self-reference in Hollywood Comedian Comedy|
|Derailing the Honeymoon Express: Comicality and Narrative Closure in Buster Keaton's The Blacksmith|
|Approaches to Silent Comedy|
|The Case of Silent Slapstic|
|Buster Keaton, or the Work of Comedy in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction|
|Charlie Chaplin and the Annals of Anality|
|Sound Comedy, the Vaudeville Aesthetic and Ethnicity|
|Anarchistic Comedy and the Vaudeville Aesthetic|
|The Marx Brothers and the Search for the Landsman|
|Comedian Comedy and Gender|
|She Done Him Wrong: Spectacle and Narrative|
|Lucille Ball and the Regime of Domiculture|
|Comic Theory from a Feminist Perspective: A Look at Jerry Lewis|
|Queering the Deal: On the Road with Hope and Crosby|
|Post-Classical Comedian Comedy|
|Laughing Mad: The Black Comedian's Place in American Comedy of the Post-Civil Rights Era|
|Low Blows? Theorizing Performance in Post-classical Comedian Comedy|