Table of contents for Cultural memory in the present : art and the real in film / Brigitte Peucker.

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Acknowledgments
Introduction: Art and the Real in Film.....................................................................................
Material Effects
Reality Effects/Games With Illusion
Illusion and Mimetic Drive
Art Effects
I. Art and Embodimentu
Chapter 1: The Moment of Portraiture: Scorsese Reads Wharton..................................................
Intermedial Layering: The Tableau Moment
Picture Writing 
Chapter 2: Dutch Realism: Vermeer, Greenaway, Wenders............................................................ 
Tableau Vivant and Hybridity
"The Flesh of a Human Presence"
The Keplerian Mode and the Operation of the Eye
Why Tableau Vivant?
Chapter 3: The Fascist Choreography: Riefenstahl's Tableaux.....................................................
Tableaux and Trionfi
Body Art: Sculpture and Dance
Tableau and Photograph
Chapter 4: The Scene of Art in Hitchcock
Hitchcock, Part I: The Cut of Representation..................................................... ...........................
Natures mortes, Trophies, and Mummies
The Janus-Face
Decapitations: Cut-outs and Busts
Tableaux vivants; femmes mortes
The Shield of Perseus
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II. Illusions of the Real
Hitchcock, Part II: The Picture Looks Back.....................................................................................
Portrait, Window, Mirror
The "Reality Bleed" and the Spectator in the Film
Oscillating Effects
								
Chapter 5: Kubrick and Kafka: The Corporeal Uncanny..................................................................
Photographs and Stories
Material Images
"Canniness," or the Vital Domain
Shutting the Eyes/Eyes Wide Shut
Chapter 6: The Castrato's Voices: Fassbinder's In a Year of Thirteen Moons................................	
Textualities, the Voice, and the Real
The Maternal Voice: Word Into Flesh
Tableau: Elvire's Passion
Mute Body/Flayed Text
III. Art and Embodied Spectatorship
Chapter 7: Violence and Affect: Haneke's Modernist Melodramas
Haneke, Part I: BourgeoisTableaux.................................................................................................
Cold Image, Hot Affect	
Effects of the Real
Haneke, Part II: Assaulting the Spectator and Other Games.........................................................
Looking and Pain
The Masochistic Tableau
Sentiment, Music, and the Real
	
Chapter 8: Images of Horror: Taste, Cannibalism, and Visual Display...........................................
Touch, Taste, Vision
Metaphorical Cannibalism: Hitchcock's Hunger
Literal Cannibalism: Psychotic Appetites, Trophies, Tableaux
The Eye as Mouth
Notes
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Art and motion pictures.
Realism in motion pictures.