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Film, Art, and Literature
Kimberly M. Radek, Instructor
Course Begins: 10 January
|Helena Bonham Carter as Ophelia in Zeffirelli's Hamlet (1990)|
|W. G. Simmonds's The Drowning of Ophelia (1910)|
This course looks closely at the relationship of film, visual art, and literature, focusing most specifically upon the interaction between them from a historical perspective, i.e., how this relationship has changed as the art forms have changed since their inception. Required comparative readings and film and art viewings are a component of this course.
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Contact Kimberly M. Radek, the instructor of Film, Art, and Literature, at Kimberly_Radek@ivcc.edu .
This page was last updated on 30 May 2006. Copyright Kimberly M. Radek, 2001.