Peter Franklin, Seeing Through Music: Gender and Modernism in Classical Hollywood Film Scores
Keywords:classical hollywood film, gender, modernism
Peter Franklin, Seeing Through Music: Gender and Modernism in Classical Hollywood Film Scores Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011 [208pp. ISBN: 9780195383454. £46.99 (hardback); ISBN: 9780190246549. £31.49 (paperback)], 28 screen stills, index.
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