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8vo. 207 pp, quote: Eugene Delacroix, preface, translator's note, list of illustrations in text and half-tone plates, I. Word and Image; II. Synchronization of Senses; III. Colour and Meaning; IV. Form and Content: Practice; Appendices: 1. The Work of Eisenstein; 2. Montage of Attractions, An Essay; 3. Strike, A Sequence; 4. An American Tragedy, Reel 10; 5. Sutter's Gold, Reel 4; 6. First Outline of Que Viva Mexico! ; 7. Ferghana Canal, Reel 1; 8. Bibliography of Eisenstein's Writings; sources, index. Translated and edited by Jay Leyda: First English Edition, 1943. Brown leather with gilt floral pattern and lettering to front board and spine, and gilt text block edges. "The first book by Sergei Eisenstein is a brilliant discussion of the modern film as a richer, more expressive and profound medium than has hitherto been thought possible." from the jacket flap.
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Book Description Faber & Faber, 1943. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P113716011665
Book Description Faber & Faber, 1943. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M3716011665