"Look. Let's start all over again. What's she like?" - An American in Paris.
- La Parisienne in Cinema: Between Art and Life.
- Chic, sophisticated, seductive and enigmatic, the Parisienne possesses a je ne sais quoi that makes her difficult to define. But who or what is the Parisienne, and how is she depicted in cinema?
- The first book-length study on the subject combines scholarship in the fields of art history, literature and fashion to enrich our understanding of this intriguing cinematic figure, simultaneously offering new perspectives on film.
- Accessible and wide-ranging, it will be of immediate interest to students and researchers working in film studies, French studies and the broader humanities, as well as cinephiles and Francophiles alike.
Felicity Chaplin is Scholarly Teaching Fellow in French Studies at Monash University.
Published: May 2019
Size (cm): 22 x 15 x 1.5
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