Table of contents for Cinema and fascism : Italian film and society, 1922-1943 / Steven Ricci.

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Contents
List of Illustrations	000
Preface	000
Introduction	000
1. Amnesia and Historical Memory	000
"Soulless Shadows": The Cinema under Fascism Didn't Exist
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Cinema and Industrialization	000
Cinema and National Identity	000
2. The Political Economy of Italian Cinema, 1922-1943	000
Fascism Makes Cinematic History	000
The Impact of the Regime's Regulation(s) 	000
3. Leisure Time, Historiography, and Spectatorship	000
Fascist Sports: Historical Narration and the National Body
	000
Travel, Pleasure, and Class Difference	000
4. Italy and America: Fascination and (Re)Negotiation	000
Authorial States: Mussolini and MGM March on Rome	000
Partnership and Competition with Hollywood	000
5. The Fascist Codex	000
Fascist Heuristics: Major Codes of Readership	000
Dissolution of Fascist Order, Anti-Fascism, and/or 
Neorealism	000
Epilogue: Resistance and the Return of the Local	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion pictures -- Italy -- History.
Fascism and motion pictures -- Italy -- History.
Motion pictures -- Social aspects -- Italy.