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Past Exam for ENGL 451 - FILM THEO/CRITICISM at Clemson (Clemson)

Exam Information

Material Type:Final
Professor:Staff
Class:ENGL 451 - FILM THEO/CRITICISM
Subject:ENGLISH
University:Clemson University
Term:Spring 2006
Keywords:
  • Ideological
  • Dissolution
  • Identity Politics
  • Distinction
  • Nuclear Family
  • Conventional
  • Epistemological
  • Opportunity
  • Economic Issues
  • Interpretations
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Final Exam Engl 450/650--SF Film Spring 2006 Essay: worth 15% will be an open-book, open notes essay, written during the exam period on one of the following questions. A good essay should take about two hours to write, should be over 5 pages long, and should include references to at least 5 films and to at least 6 articles. Almost all references should be to the second half of the course. References to films not viewed for this class are nice and show you are extending your thinking, but don’t replace evidence that you have done the reading assigned for the course -------------------------------1. Capitalism/ Communism. The ideological divide in the fifties was freedom vs. communism. How has the left/right opposition changed in more recent films? What has replaced communism as the enemy? Are all anti-capitalist films really left-wing? 2. How have the films we have seen in the last half of the course manifested the social, political, economic issues of their times? What kinds of ideological shifts do we see ...

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