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 The Introduction to Barbara Klinger's MELODRAMA AND MEANING contains and
interesting discussion of auteurism.  See also Dudley Andrew's essay in
FILM THEORY GOES TO THE MOVIES for a response to the re-evaluation.
 
On Sat, 16 Aug 1997, Hamid Naficy wrote:
 
> Although a bit dated, the following book contains a very good selection of
> articles on auteur theory as well as framing and assessment thereof, by
> Caughie.
>
> Caughie, John. ed. 1981. Theories of Authorship: A Reader. London:
> Routledge & Kegan Paul.
>
> --Hamid Naficy
> Film and Media Studies
> Rice University
>
> On Fri, 15 Aug 1997, Stephen Tropiano wrote:
>
> > Could anyone please suggest an article which offers a re-evaluation
> > or a contemporary assessment of the auteur theory.  I know
> > that SCS panels have addressed the issue, but I have been unable
> > to find anything in print.
> >
> > I am putting together some material for a contemporary film
> > criticism (third year level course).  Students will be
> > reading the Sarris/Kael articles prior to addressing
> > recent evaluations of auteurism.
> >
> > Thanks!
> >
> > Stephen Tropiano
> > Director, Ithaca College Los Angeles Program
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