Item description for Liquid Metal: The Science Fiction Film Reader by Sean Redmond...
Liquid Metal is the first extended collection of previously published essays on science fiction film and television. This Reader brings together a great number of 'seminal' essays that have opended up the study of science fiction to serious critical interrogation. This wide-ranging collection includes classic texts on key aspects of science fiction cinema such as representation of the cyborg, the science fiction city, time travel and the primal scene, science fiction fandom and 1950s invasion narratives.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.75" Height: 9.25" Weight: 1.65 lbs.
Release Date Sep 8, 2004
Publisher Wallflower Press
ISBN 1903364876 ISBN13 9781903364871
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More About Sean Redmond
SEAN REDMOND is an independent scholar and lives in Brooklyn, NY. He was awarded a PEN Translation Fund Grant in 2008 for the translation of this work from Latin.
Sean Redmond was born in 1967 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Deakin University.
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Repetition Sep 1, 2007
This book is broken down into different case studies or critical essays. It is 100% on critical theories. The editor tends to repeat himself incessantly in each chapter (I've even seen a whole two sentences repeatedly word for word). The good part is he keeps up with contemporary films and critiques them with as much enthusiasm as the oldies, but to get the basics of his point, all you need to do is skim each chapter and read the topic sentences. He likes to talk just for the sake of talking.