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Jean Renoir: The World of His Films

  • Author:
    Braudy, Leo
  • Publisher:
    Robson Books, London, 1977
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    First edition/review copy
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Robson Books, London, 1977. First edition review copy. Book condition: good. A little shelf wear. Light bumping to corners and pressure indentation to small area of front board adjacent to hinge at lower edge. Pages lightly tanned and dust soiling to upper text block edge. Internally clean. Dust jacket: good. Unclipped. Lightly rubbed and soiled. Some edge wear and closed tear to lower edge of front, chip to tail of spine. Publisher's review slip loosely insereted. renoir is an acknowledged master of the cinema. His 36 films make his work an impressive part of the history of film. Leo Braudy explores the dimensions of Renoir's genius through a rich critical study that remains true to the individual identity of each film whilst establishing its place in Renoir's work as a whole. Over 100 black & white stills and production shots from the films. The book also includes a bibliography, a biographical sketch and an exhaustive filmography.
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