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  • Author(s) Peter William Evans
  • Edition1
  • Published10th September 2010
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405188302
Top Hat is the first volume to spotlight this classic
Hollywood film, probing the musical genre, notions of romance
and subjectivity, as well as the contested relations between the
sexes.

  • Offers a detailed analysis of one of Hollywood's greatest
    musicals, including a comprehensive survey of the film's
    production, promotion and reception, all measured against the
    background of 1930s socio-political contexts in the USA

  • Explores the musical genre and questions of (gendered) national
    identity, romance, subjectivity and the notion of the couple

  • Written in a clear, accessible style, Top Hat probes text and
    context carefully to appeal to the student and teacher of the
    musical and of Hollywood film history, as well as the film-loving
    general reader

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  • Author(s) Peter William Evans
  • Edition1
  • Published10th September 2010
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405188302
Top Hat is the first volume to spotlight this classic
Hollywood film, probing the musical genre, notions of romance
and subjectivity, as well as the contested relations between the
sexes.

  • Offers a detailed analysis of one of Hollywood's greatest
    musicals, including a comprehensive survey of the film's
    production, promotion and reception, all measured against the
    background of 1930s socio-political contexts in the USA

  • Explores the musical genre and questions of (gendered) national
    identity, romance, subjectivity and the notion of the couple

  • Written in a clear, accessible style, Top Hat probes text and
    context carefully to appeal to the student and teacher of the
    musical and of Hollywood film history, as well as the film-loving
    general reader

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