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Film Quarterly (2007) - Reframing British Cinema, 1918-1928: Between Restraint and Passion




While neither the borrowing of theoretical models from outside film studies nor the employment of primary source material is novel, it is the way in which Gledhill uses Pevsner, Meisel, and the major cinema-specific works to sketch the broad outlines of the study, and then uses the primary source material to fill in, shade, and provide sound evidence for her contentions that helps make her approach such a distinctive and useful model for further scholarship.