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Figurations In Indian Film by MEHELI SEN ET AL, Orient Blackswan Pvt. Ltd.

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    Author(s)MEHELI SEN ET AL
    PublisherOrient Blackswan Pvt. Ltd.
    ISBN9788125054252
    Pages304
    BindingHardback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearJanuary 2014

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    Orient Blackswan Pvt. Ltd. Figurations In Indian Film by MEHELI SEN ET AL

    Just as the celebration of 100 years of Indian cinema comes to an end, this book takes stock of continuities as well as breaks that have made Indian cinema what it is now Volume contains original, sophisticated and complementary selection of chapters that examine ‘figures’ in and of Indian cinema Indian cinema here is taken in its broad sense to include popular and more art and new / niche film developments This collection of essays brings together ideas about figures and figurations that have been swirling around in Indian cinema studies for a considerable period now Thematically arranged under four sections, the essays (12) examine a wide range of films that differ stylistically and linguistically under an umbrella concept of ‘figuration’ or ‘Indian modernity’ The authors approach Indian cinema from multiple perspectives, ranging from investigations of the political and the generic, to unraveling the figurative resonances of fabrics, stars, and icons, in an era of media convergence. Figurations in Indian Film demonstrates that the conversation about the relationship between bodies, modernity, globalization, aesthetics and politics is far from settled and suggests some exciting new ways of theorizing the same. This book would appeal to any reader interested in Indian cinema, culture and politics.