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Lost and Othered Children in Contemporary Cinema

by Debbie C. Olson(ed.) ; Andrew Scahill(ed.) ; Sage Leslie-McCarthy(contrib.) ; Jayne Steel(contrib.) ; Stella M. Hockenhull(contrib.) ; Adrian Schober(contrib.) ; Sarah E. S. Sinwell(contrib.) ; Nicole Beth Wallenbrock(contrib.) ; Christine Singer(contrib.) ; Lindiwe Dovey(contrib.) ; Kiu-wai Chu(contrib.) ; Gilles Chamerois(contrib.) ; Carolyn Salvi(contrib.) ; Christian Stewen(contrib.) ; Fran Hassencahl(contrib.)
Lost and Othered Children in Contemporary Cinema by Debbie C. Olson
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Introduction
by Debbie Olson & Andrew Scahill
Chapter 1. "I See Dead People": Ghost-Seeing Children as Mediums and Mediators of Communication in Contemporary Horror Cinema.
by Sage Leslie-McCarthy
Chapter 2. "I Can't Go On, I Must Go On": How Jeliza Rose Meets Alice and the Dark Side of Childhood in Terry Gilliam's Tideland
by Jayne Steel
Chapter 3. Wednesday's Child: Adolescent Outsiders in Contemporary British Cinema
by Stella M. Hockenhull
Chapter 4. Wonka, Freud, and the Child Within: (Re)constructing lost childhood in Tim Burton's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
by Adrian Schober
Chapter 5. Representations of Childhood and Conflict in African Fiction Film
by Christine Singer & Lindiwe Dovey
Chapter 6. Pity the Child: Exploring Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality in Gummo (1997)
by Sarah E. S. Sinwell
Chapter 7. The Ideal Immigrant is a Child: Michou d'Auber and the Politics of Immigration in France
by Nicole Beth Wallenbrock
Chapter 8. "It's All For You, Damien!": Oedipal Horror and Racial Privilege in The Omen Series
by Andrew Scahill
Chapter 9. Little Rebels in Mao's Era: Representing Children of the Past in Zhang Yuan's Little Red Flowers (Yuan Zhang, 2006)
by Kiu-wai Chu
Chapter 10. "Batteries Have Run Out": Ken Loach's Sweet Sixteen
by Gilles Chamerois
Chapter 11. A Krank's Dream: Conflicts Between Form and Narrative in City of Lost Children
by Carolyn Salvi
Chapter 12. Childhood, Ghost Images, and the Heterotopian Spaces of Cinema: The Child as Medium in The Others
by Christian Stewen
Chapter 13. The Hitchcock Imp: Children and the Hyperreal in Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds (1963)
by Debbie Olson
Chapter 14. Experiencing Hüzün Through the Loss of Life, Limbs, and Love in Turtles Can Fly
by Fran Hassencahl
Lexington Books; May 2012
330 pages; ISBN 9780739170267
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Title: Lost and Othered Children in Contemporary Cinema
Author: Debbie C. Olson; Andrew Scahill; Sage Leslie-McCarthy; Jayne Steel; Stella M. Hockenhull; Adrian Schober; Sarah E. S. Sinwell; Nicole Beth Wallenbrock; Christine Singer; Lindiwe Dovey; Kiu-wai Chu; Gilles Chamerois; Carolyn Salvi; Christian Stewen; Fran Hassencahl
 
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