Seduced by the Familiar
Narration and Meaning in Indian Popular Cinema (Oxford India Paperbacks)

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Hindi popular cinema has played a key role as a national cinema because it assisted in the imagining of a unified India by addressing a public across the nation-to-be even before 1947. Examining the diverse elements that constitute the "popular" in Indian cinema, M.K. Raghavendra undertakes, in this book, a chronological study of films to speculate on narrative conventions, thematic continuities, myths, archetypes, and other formal structures that inform it from its hesitant beginnings up to the 1990s. A significant contribution to film studies, the book makes crucial connections between film motifs and other aspects of culture, exploring the development of film narrative using the social history of India as a continuing frame of reference.

AuthorM.K. Raghavendra
Height560 mm
Length850 mm
Width110 mm
Weight95 g
Language TypePublished
Number Of Items1
Number Of Pages376
Package Quantity67
Product GroupBook
Publication Date2014-12-15
PublisherOxford University Press
StudioOxford University Press
Sales Rank219123

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