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"The Battleship Potemkin (KINOfiles Film Companion) Paperback – 12 Jan 2001
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While Richard Taylor's slim volume is not the first book to be devoted exclusively to it, it is certainly the most interesting...Overall, Taylor has produced an outstanding study, comprehensive in its coverage, accessible in its analysis, fascinating in its historical detail. Times Literary Supplement (UK)
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Richard Taylor is Professor of Politics, University of Wales, Swansea.
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Taylor is extensively published in the field of Russian and Soviet cinema, and his expertise shows in this guide to one of the most famous Russian films ever made. Analyzing "Battleship Potemkin" is a multi-layered affair, from the montages of its technical presentation to its undertones of classical tragedy. Taylor covers all of these perspectives without ever losing sight of the basic cinematic pleasure of Eisenstein's masterpiece. An indispensable academic guide, and an illuminating mainstream read. Hard to accomplish both in the same text, yet Taylor does. Highly recommended.