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A SHORT GUIDE TO WRITING ABOUT FILM by Timothy Corrigan is a useful and
relatively inexpensive book that my students seem to benefit from. It has
good, short introductions to the basic elements of film analysis and the
basic critical approaches. It allows me to demonstrate the difference
between reviews and critical essays, though, like most books of this type,
I don't find the sample papers particularly helpful.

        Sandy Camargo
        Department of English
        University of Missouri
        Columbia MO 65211

>A colleague asked if I knew of a good introductory textbook on writing
>about film for a comp course she teaches.  The students are not film
>majors.  Can anyone recommend one?
>
>Thanks!
>
>Lynn
>
>
>Lynn Purl
>Liberal Studies
>University of Montana
>Missoula, MT 59812
>(406) 243-5314
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