Television, Tabloids, and Tears

Television, Tabloids, and Tears

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I am Biberkopf, Rainer Werner Fassbinder declared, aligning himself with the protagonist of his widely seen television adaptation of Berlin Alexanderplatz. The statement provoked an unprecedented national debate about what constituted an acceptable German artist and who has the power to determine art. More than any recent German director, Fassbinder embodied this debate, and Jane Shattuc shows us how much this can tell us, not just about the man and his work, but also about the state of qcultureq in Germany. It is fascinating in itself that Fassbinder, a highly controversial public f.Rich with historical and cultural value, these works are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.

Title:Television, Tabloids, and Tears
Author: Jane Shattuc
Publisher:U of Minnesota Press - 1995-01

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