David Bordwell, Janet Staiger, and Kristin Thompson

:For example, Murray Smith, Engaging Characters: Fiction, Emotion and theCinema (NY:Oxford University Press, 1995); Carl Plantinga and Greg M. Smith, eds., PassionateViews: Film, Cognition, and Emotion (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UniversityPress).

Some basic questionsHere is the opening of our book proposal.

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I now think that I should have discussedthe increasing focus on character attention as somewhat parallel to the concurrentshift from expository to dialogue titles. In discussing intertitles in CHC,I emphasized the move during the 1910s from a dependence primarily on expositorytitles to one on dialogue titles (pp. 183–89). One purpose of this shift wasto make the narration of the action less overt, making the story informationseem to come from the characters rather than from a commenting, omniscient non-diegeticsource.

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More specifically, The Classical Hollywood Cinema addressesfour questions:

Henriques, B. (1933) , London: Oxford University Press.

:Andre Bazin, “LaPolitique des auteurs,” in The New Wave, ed. Peter Graham (NY:Doubleday, 1968), p. 154, quoted in CHC, p. 4.

Lynd, R. S. and Lynd, H. M. (1929) , New York: Harcourt Brace.

:David and Kristin do discuss generic motivation as one of the four motivationsfor any film practice but a full-fledged analysis in relation to the normal articulationof the term might have made the point clearer as well as how to apply Neoformalismto smaller groups of films.

MacIntyre, A. (1985) , London: Duckworth.

:In particular, Kathryn Kalinak, Settling the Score: Music and the ClassicalHollywood Film (Madison:University of Wisconsin Press, 1992); Jeff Smith, The Sounds of Commerce (NewYork: Columbia University Press, 1998); James Buhler, David Neumeyer, and RobDeemer, Hearing the Movies: Music and Sound in Film History (New York:Oxford University Press, 2009)

Why didn’t we discuss reception? We anticipatedthis query and in our preface we wrote:

Pakaluk, M. (1991) , London: Hackett Publishing Company. 288 pages.

Of course, questions have been raised about parts of the industrial and institutionalanalysis. One criticism of the mode of production sections was their failureto discuss the broader industry. When I read that, I actually laughed,partially in agreement. In my first draft of my dissertation, I had anextensive description and analysis of the industry, but wise counsel was thatI was writing two dissertations. I agreed, and we eliminated theindustrial details from the dissertation and the book, trying instead to focuson pertinent effects of the broader industry on its mode of production and leavingto others further detailing of industry structure, conduct, and performance. Afterall, we had over 1200 typescript pages, and not everything could be said to createa somewhat manageable book. So that, for me, has always been oneof those ironies about the project which I might have explained in the foreword.

C. S. Lewis (2002 – first published 1960) The Four Loves, London: HarperCollins, pp. 78-9.

Bulmer, M. (1986) , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Janet spent the rest of 1979 and the calendar year 1980at her home in Cleveland doing research and writing. David and Kristin bouncedaround more. They were in New York City, where David taught at NYU, during thefall of 1979. After returning to Madison in the spring of 1980, they went toLos Angeles for a long stretch of the summer (enjoying the unstinting hospitalityof Ed Branigan and Roberta Kimmel). Fall and spring 1980–1981 they were teachingat the University of Iowa.

The final stage here, if achieved, is seen to continue into adulthood.

Duck, S. (1983) , Brighton: Harvester Press.

:Robert C. Allen, Vaudevilleand Film 1895–1915: A Study in Media Interaction (PhD dissertation,University of Iowa, 1977; rep. New York: Arno Press, 1980).