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Latin American Melodrama


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  • ISBN13:9780252076558
  • ISBN10:0252076559
  • Language:English
  • Publisher:University of Illinois Press
  • Binding:Paperback
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  • ISBN13:9780252076558
  • ISBN10:0252076559
  • Language:English
  • Publisher:University of Illinois Press
  • Binding:Paperback
  • Sub Genre:Film History
  • SUPC: SDL898327614

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The first book to consider cinematic and televisual melodrama in a broad Latin American and U.S. Latino context

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Like their Hollywood counterparts, Latin American film and TV melodramas have always been popular and highly profitable. The first of its kind, this anthology engages in a serious study of the aesthetics and cultural implications of Latin American melodramas. Written by some of the major figures in Latin American film scholarship, the studies range across seventy years of movies and television within a transnational context, focusing specifically on the period known as the "Golden Age" of melodrama, the impact of classic melodrama on later forms, and more contemporary forms of melodrama. An introductory essay examines current critical and theoretical debates on melodrama and places the essays within the context of Latin American film and media scholarship.

Contributors are Luisela Alvaray, Mariana Baltar, Catherine L. Benamou, Marvin D Lugo, Paula Felix-Didier, Andres Levinson, Gilberto Perez, Darlene J. Sadlier, Cid Vasconcelos, and Ismail Xavier."

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