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Film history terminable and interminable : recovering the past in reception studies

@inproceedings{Bennett2005FilmHT,
  title={Film history terminable and interminable : recovering the past in reception studies},
  author={T. Bennett},
  year={2005}
}
Routledge, 19911, p. 113. In the early 1980s, Tony Bennett called for a revolution in literary study, in which one would no longer just study the text, but 'everything which has been written about it, everything which has been collected on it, becomes attached to it like shells on a rock by the seashore forming a whole incrustation'. In these oceanic terms, the text's meaning would not be a function of its own internal system, but a function of what John Frow would later refer to as the text's… Expand
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