The Memory of Tiresias

  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

  INTRODUCTION

 collapse sectionPART I—  BASIC CONCEPTS
 expand sectionChapter One—  Cinema and the Theory of Intertextuality

 collapse sectionPART II—  NARRATIVE'S WAY:  D. W. GRIFFITH
 Chapter Two—  Repressing the Source:  D. W. Griffith and Browning
 Chapter Three—  Intertextuality and the Evolution of Cinematic Language:  Griffith and the Poetic Tradition

 collapse sectionPART III—  BEYOND NARRATIVE:  AVANT-GARDE CINEMA
 Chapter Four—  Cinematic Language as Quotation:  Cendrars and Léger
 Chapter Five—  Intertext against Intertext:  Buñuel and Dali's Un Chien andalou

 collapse sectionPART IV—  THEORISTS WHO PRACTICED
 Chapter Six—  The Hero as an "Intertextual Body":  Iurii Tynianov's Lieutenant Kizhe
 Chapter Seven—  The Invisible Text as a Universal Equivalent:  Sergei Eisenstein
  CONCLUSION

 expand sectionNotes
  WORKS CITED
 expand sectionINDEX

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