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Masculinities in Polish, Czech and Slovak Cinema - by Ewa Mazierska (Paperback)

Book Synopsis Gender, especially masculinity, is a perspective rarely applied in discourses on cinema of Eastern/Central Europe. Masculinities in Polish, Czech and Slovak Cinema exposes an English-speaking audience to a large proportion of this region's cinema that previously remained unknown, focusing on the relationship between representation of masculinity and nationality in the films of two and later three countries: Poland, Czechoslovakia/the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The objective of the book is to discuss the main types of men populat

Charlatan - by Pope Brock (Paperback)

About the Book In 1917, America's most brazen young con man arrived in the tiny town of Milford, Kansas. Quackbuster Morris Fishbein vowed to put the country's "most daring and dangerous" charlatan out of business. This work offers a marvelous portrait of an audacious rogue on the loose in an America that was ripe for the bamboozling. Book Synopsis The inspiration for the 2016 Sundance Film Festival documentary, NUTS!. "An extraordinary saga of the most dangerous quack of all time...entrancing" -USA Today In 1917, John R. Brinkley-America's mos