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Contents Foreword vii Acknowledgments xv Part I Interview 1 Cinema 3 2 Constellation and Classification 7 3 Angle and Montage 15 4 The Urgency of the Present/The Redemption of the Past 19 5 History and Re-memorization 23 6 How Video Made the History of Cinema Possible 31 7 Only Cinema can Narrate its own History: Quotation and Montage 41 8 Histoire(s) du cinéma: Films and Books 45 9 History and Archeology 53 10The History of Love, of the Eye, and of the Gaze 59 11 Hitchcock and the Power of Cinema 63 12 The Loss of the Magic of Cinema and the Nouvelle Vague 67 13 Before and After Auschwitz 73 14 What can Cinema Do? 81 15 Only Cinema Narrates Large-scale History by Narrating its own History 87 16 In Cinema as in Christianity: Image and Resurrection 97 17 Image and Montage 105 18 Towards the Stars 111 Part IIJean-Luc Godard, Cinéaste of Modern Life: The Poetic in the Historical
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