Table of contents for Make believe in film and fiction : visual vs. verbal storytelling / Karl Kroeber.

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Brutal Beginnings: Imagining Murder/ Watching Murder * Moving Eyes, Moving Sculptures * Inside and outside Somebody Else's Fantasy * Make Believe Is Always a Story * Single-Handed and Collective Make Believe * Movies and Hyper-Visual Culture * La Strada and the Conjecturing Imagination * Madame Bovary: Linguistic Configurings of Imaginative Corruption * Rashomon and Wuthering Heights * Form in Visual Storytelling: Buster Keaton's The General * Genre and Transforming Sources: High Noon Forenoon * Seeing and Imagining Ethical Crises: High Noon: Afternoon * Great Expectations: Insights from the Impossibility of Adaptation * Magnifying Criminality: Fargo, Film Noir, and A Perfect World * Innovative Lawfulness: Learning to Read * Works Cited * Index

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Motion pictures and literature.
Narration (Rhetoric)
Film adaptations.