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John Bodnar

Blue-Collar Hollywood : Liberalism, Democracy, and Working People in American Film

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ISBN: 0801871492, 9780801871498
Издательство: The Johns Hopkins University Press
Год издания: 2003
Страниц: 296
Book Description From Tom Joad to Norma Rae to Spike Lee's Mookie in Do the Right Thing , Hollywood has regularly dramatized the lives and struggles of working people in America. Ranging from idealistic to hopeless, from sympathetic to condescending, these portrayals confronted audiences with the vital economic, social, and political issues of their times while providing a diversion -- sometimes entertaining, sometimes provocative -- from the realities of their own lives. In Blue-Collar Hollywood , John Bodnar examines the ways in which popular American films made between the 1930s and the 1980s depicted working--class characters, comparing these cinematic representations with the aspirations of ordinary Americans and the promises made to them by the country's political elites. Based on close and imaginative viewings of dozens of films from every genre -- among them Public Enemy , Black Fury , Baby Face , The Grapes of Wrath , It's...
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