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Volume 4
Special Issue on Woody Allen

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William C. Pamerleau Rethinking Raskolnikov: Exploring Contemporary Ethical Horizons in Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors
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Richard Gilmore Visions of Meaning: Seeing and Non-Seeing in Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors
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Joseph Westfall Listening in/to Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors
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William J. Krier 'Blazoned Days': Meaning Changes in the Films of Woody Allen
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Robert Vigliotti Woody Allen's Ring of Gyges and the Virtue of Despair
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Bruce Russell The Philosophical Limits of Film
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Raymond D. Boisvert, Jayne R. Boisvert Bread, Companionship, and the Ethics of Attentive Response: Marcel Pagnol's The Baker's Wife
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Christopher D. Morris The Lodger's Allegory of Seeing
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Fred Seddon Some Truths About Pulp Fiction
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Allan Casebier A Phenomenology of Television Experience
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Joseph Kupfer Aristotle and Egoism in Ground Hog Day
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Joseph Kupfer Speech, Community, and Evil in Rob Roy
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Jeffery L. Geller, Richard Vela Happiness Through Insanity: The Function of Outrageousness in Screwball Comedy
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Brian O'Leary King Vidor's Communitarian Vision in Our Daily Bread
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Jack Simmons The Ontology of Perception in Cinema
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Kevin W. Sweeney Deluze on Beckett's Film
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David Goldblatt Tourists with Typewriters: Jew and Writer in Barton Fink
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Harvey Roy Greenberg Machine Dreams
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