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Oxford University Press, New York, 1991. Hardcover, 9½" x 6½", with dust jacket. AS NEW book in AS NEW unclipped dust jacket. Blue/green boards with gold type to blue/green spine linen, 29 b&w photographs, and index. The essays in this collection break down the boundaries that separate film from literature, popular culture from high culture, and analyzing and criticizing from teaching and understanding. Braudy views the critic not as a detached voice of professional authority but rather as a member of a particular culture - a native informant - whose gaze looks simultaneously inward and outward, subjective but self-aware. Among a wide variety of subjects, he discusses Alfred Hitchcock, Daniel Defoe, Ernst Lubitsch, Emile Zola, Susan Sontag, and Richard Condon. A book which will appeal to the specialist and interested general reader alike.