Meanwhile , the Dave Matthews Band sold out all thirty - five thousand tickets for its two - night stand in October at New York's Madison Square Garden ; the first show sold out in ... in a notebook . ... You need to see Trainspotting .
Author: Morgan Delancey
Category: Rock groups
"...Tells the story of this extraordinary band and its meteoric rise to global stardom. It offers up the lowdown on the life and times of DMB, along with 70 exclusive photos, revealing interviews, and a first-hand account of DMB on tour."--Back cover.
Dave Rolinson. Placed in the middle of Made in Britain, the scene acts as an interruption to Trevor's mobility, ... like the policeman's notebook, is one of Made in Britain's devices for the institutional recording of transgression.
Author: Dave Rolinson
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Category: Performing Arts
The British television director Alan Clarke is primarily associated with the visceral social realism of such works as his banned borstal play Scum, and his study of football hooliganism, The Firm. This book uncovers the full range of his work from the mythic fantasy of Penda’s Fen, to the radical short film on terrorism, Elephant. Dave Rolinson uses original research to examine the development of Clarke’s career from the theatre and the ‘studio system’ of provocative television play strands of the 1960s and 1970s, to the increasingly personal work of the 1980s, which established him as one of Britain’s greatest directors. 'Alan Clarke' examines techniques of television direction, and proposes new methodologies as it questions the critical neglect of directors in what is traditionally seen as a writer’s medium. It raises crucial issues in television studies, including aesthetics, authorship, censorship, the convergence of film and television, drama-documentary form, narrative and realism.
Gramsci, A. (1971) Selections from the Prison Notebooks of Antonio Gramsci. ... Hateley, E. (2012) 'In the Hands of the Receivers': The Politics of Literacy in The Savage by David Almond and Dave McKean.
Author: Matthew Crowley
Category: Social Science
This book presents an analysis of representations of white, heterosexual, working-class masculinities in British culture between 1945 and 1989 to trace the development of the sociocultural and material conditions that shaped the masculinities which are helping to shape contemporary culture. This book seeks to fan the ‘spark of hope’ in the past that informs our present. The period which saw the establishment of the welfare state and the construction and breakdown of the post-war consensus in British politics was of great significance in the formation and maintenance of working-class masculinities and their correspondent representations. The author engages with a variety of cultural texts across various modes and media including films (Alfie), plays (Don’t Look Back in Anger), television (Boys from the Blackstuff), and music (The Beatles), and employs the analysis of the representation of working-class masculinities as a lens through which to examine a range of historical and cultural moments. This book reinstates class as a central precept in the study of British cultural representations and offers a timely intervention in ongoing debates around class and gender identities in Britain. The book will be key reading for students and researchers with interests in twentieth-century social and cultural British history, masculinities and gender studies, twentieth-century British literature, British television, and cultural studies more broadly.
Lessing, Doris (1964)  The Golden Notebook, Harmondsworth: Penguin. Levy, Andrea (2004) Small Island, ... Self, Will (2006) The Book of Dave: A Revelation of the Recent Past and the Distant Future, London and New York: Viking.
Author: Philip Tew
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Literary Criticism
The Contemporary British Novel is a lively, wide-ranging guide to the key issues in writing in Britain since the mid-1970s, including social change, gender, sexuality, class, history and ethnicity. Designed to address problems faced by students in the exciting but challenging field of contemporary fiction, the text is organised to focus on major topics including: - the changing nature of British identity; - the representation of urban identity and urban spaces; - class issues including the rise and fall of the middle class; - multiracial identity and hybridity. The second edition includes a new introduction and a new chapter on fiction since the millennium focusing on a post 9/11 aesthetic. Every chapter has been revised for the new edition and now includes an initial overview and recommended reading to offer guidance on further study. Includes readings of novels by: Martin Amis, Pat Barker, A. S. Byatt, Jonathan Coe, Hanif Kureishi, Salman Rushdie,Will Self, Zadie Smith, Jeanette Winterson among others.
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You will find all the secrets of the universe laid bare (or something like that) by Dave Garde tta THE MOVIE ISSUE HE ... Danny Boyle (Trainspotting), Jonathan Demme (Philadelphia), Lee Tamahori (Once Were Warriors), Jean-Pierre Jeunet ...
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