Table of contents for The searchers : essays and reflections on John Ford's classic western / edited by Arthur M. Eckstein and Peter Lehman.


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Contents
Acknowledgments 000
Preface: A Film That Fits an Awful Lot of Descriptions
 Peter Lehman 000
The Searchers: Main Issues in Criticism
 Arthur M. Eckstein 000
The Searchers: An American Dilemma
 Brian Henderson 000
John Wayne and The Searchers
 William Luhr 000
Sermons in Stone: Monument Valley in The Searchers
 Richard Hutson 000
"Typically American": Music for The Searchers
 Kathryn Kalinak 000
Homer's Iliad and John Ford's The Searchers
 Martin Winkler 000
What Would Martha Want? Captivity, Purity, and Feminine Values in The Searchers
 Gaylyn Studlar 000
Incest and Miscegenation in The Searchers (1956) and The Unforgiven (1959) 000
 Arthur M. Eckstein 000
Double Vision: Miscegenation and Point of View in The Searchers
 Douglas Pye 000
"You Couldn't Hit It on the Nose": The Limits of Knowledge in and of The Searchers
 Peter Lehman 000
"That Don't Make You Kin!": Borderlands History and Culture in The Searchers
 James F. Brooks 000
Re-searching
 David Grimstead 000
Native American Reactions to The Searchers
 Tom Grayson Colonnese 000
Film Credits 000
Selected Bibliography 000
Index 000




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