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October by Richard Taylor


October by Richard Taylor

Richard Taylor asks to what extent the film can lay claim to authentic history. He then examines October 's relationship to the politics of the period and explains the theory and its application, as well as placing October in the wider context of Eisenstein's career.

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Richard Taylor is Professor of Politics at the University of Wales Swansea and general editor of the five-volume bfi edition of Eisenstein Writings, including The Eisenstein Reader (1998).

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Publication date

1st March 2002


Richard Taylor

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BFI Publishing an imprint of British Film Institute


97 pages


Film theory & criticism
European history
20th century history: c 1900 to c 2000



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