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Miriam Hansen's Babel and Babylon: spectatorship in American silent film
[1994] (
http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=8nFG8zMWI-0C&lpg=PA1&dq=Miriam%20Hansen%20The%20Corbett-Fitzsimmons%20Fight&pg=PA1#v=onepage&q&f=false
)

It's also mentioned in Dan Streible's Fight Pictures: a history of boxing
and early cinema (
http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=Bpc1fk5T5dYC&lpg=PA52&dq=The%20Corbett-Fitzsimmons%20Fight&pg=PA88#v=onepage&q=Rudolph%20Valentino&f=false
)

Best wishes
Catherine Grant

Media and Film, University of Sussex
http://filmstudiesforfree.blogspot.com

On 4 September 2010 22:04, scott hutchins <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I remember reading a passage in grad school about the female audience
> response to _The Corbett-Fitzsimmons Fight_.  When I discovered that this
> title led to a redlink on Wikipedia, I started working on one went looking
> through the two books I where I thought I might have read this (Jancovich's
> _The Place of the Audience_ and Tsivian's _Early Cinema in Russia_, but I
> didn't find it.  I remember the author used this to launch into an essay
> about women audiences enjoying seeing Rudolph Valentino topless and getting
> beaten.
>
> Can anyone remind me what book this is?
>
> Thnak you,
>
> Scott
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