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Gothic Machine - Textualities, Pre-Cinematic Media and Film in Popular Visual Culture, 1670-1910
David J Jones
ISBN: 9780708324080 (0708324088)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi: Awst 2011  Cyhoeddwr: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales Press
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Cyfrol sy'n cynnig golwg newydd ar y modd y cychwynnodd llenyddiaeth arswyd Gothig, gan annog y darllenydd i ystyried y berthynas rhwng llyfrau a ffilmiau fel un uned ddynamig o egni.

This book provides new insights into how Gothic Horror as a whole started, with the genesis of the Frankenstein films, and encourages the reader to think of the relations between such books and films as one vibrant set of energies.
Bywgraffiad Awdur:
Dr David J. Jones is a lecturer of Victorian, Modernist and Post-Colonial literatures on the Open University's B.A. and M.A. English Literature. He also taught Film Studies for fifteen years. He is also a member of the International Gothic Association and the Magic Lantern Society.
Gwybodaeth Bellach:
Almost everyone loves a good horror film but how did they originate? Audiences thrilled and shuddered at ghosts and monsters projected on screens all over Europe for centuries before film was born. This pioneering book traces the origins and development of the magic lantern shows of fear and reveals their close relation to the great upsurge in Gothic writing, so popular with readers today.

This book reveals some of the exciting inter-relations between Gothic Horror literature, film and magic lantern shows. It is an innovative work, which examines the connection between Gothic and film studies and the media. Jones provides a useful referencing tool for academic departments and explores the advent of film in the 1890's and its relation to French Symbolist literature, and the Lumieres Brothers, as well as the link between Schiller, de Sade and Robertson's ‘Fantasmagorie’.
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