2 edition of Cinema, Religion, and the Romantic Legacy found in the catalog.
Cinema, Religion, and the Romantic Legacy
by Ashgate Publishing
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||240|
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Cinema, Religion and the Romantic Legacy surveys the ways in which notions of religion and spirituality have impinged upon the cinema. Cinema is conceived as a post-Romantic form for which religion and spirituality can be unified only problematically.
While inspecting many of the well-established themes and topoi of writing on religion and film (such as films about priests and 'Christ-figures. Book Description. Cinema, Religion and the Romantic Legacy surveys the ways in which notions of religion and spirituality have impinged upon the cinema.
Cinema is conceived as a post-Romantic form for which religion and spirituality can be unified only problematically. Cinema, Religion and the Romantic Legacy.
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Cinema, Religion and the Romantic Legacy. Authors. Paul Coates, University of Western Ontario. Document Type. Book.
Publication Date. Notes. This book is not available online here. If you are affiliated with The University of Western Ontario, Cited by: 4. Cinema, Religion and the Romantic Legacy and the Romantic Legacy book Paul Coates Wicked Cinema by Daniel Cutrara Into the Dark by Craig Detweiler Encyclopedia of Religion and Film by Eric Michael Mazar Faith and Spirituality in Masters of World Cinema by Kenneth Morefield Discovering World Religions at 24 Frames Per Second by Julien Fielding.
The Romance of Religion describes how the Christian faith is an adventure like no other, and the romance of religion is the romance of inner transformation. The plot line in the invisible world — the choices we make, the beliefs we choose, the person we marry, the children we have, the job Religion do, the god we worship — all of these mundane.
PAUL COATES Professor in Film Studies at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. He has taught at McGill and the University of Aberdeen. His publications include The Story of the Lost Reflection (), The Gorgon's Gaze (), Cinema, Religion and the Romantic Legacy (), The Red and the White: The Cinema of People's Poland () and Cinema and Colour ().
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