City Of Nets : A Potrait of Hollywood In The 1940's

By: Friedrich, Otto

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City Of Nets : A Potrait of Hollywood In The 1940's by Friedrich, Otto
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London, United Kingdom: Headline, 1987. "A distinctly Brechtian vision of Hollywood....By mixing enjoyable gossip about stars' personal lives and behind-the-scenes maneuverings with a shrewd look at the film world's often unsavory industrial underpinnings, Friedrich gives us a much clearer understanding of Hollywood's reciprocal relationship with American reality." CONDITION Black bds with crisp silver title, pp 495 with 22 bw photo's, tight and clean with edge browning to pages, with original wrapper. An excellent copy in like dj, not bumped or worn. First UK. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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