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COLIN MACCABE ( - )

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  • Anthologies:

    • Tracking the Signifier: Theoretical Essays: Film, Linguistics, Literature Minnesota: U of Minnesota P, 1985.  Pub. in UK as Theoretical Essays: Film, Linguistics, Literature.  Manchester: Manchester UP, 1985.

  • Edited Works:

    • The Language, Discourse, Society Reader.  Ed. MacCabe, Stephen Heath and Denise Riley.  London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.
    • Futures for English.  Manchester: Manchester UP, 1988.
    • The Linguistics of WritingEd. MacCabe, Nigel Fabb, Derek Attridge and Alan Durant.  Manchester: Manchester UP, 1987.

    • High Theory/Low Culture: Analysing Popular Television and FilmNew York: St. Martin's, 1986.

    • Joyce: New Perspectives.  Brighton: Harvester, 1982.  2nd Ed. 1992.

    • The Talking Cure: Essays in Psychoanalysis and LanguageLondon: MacMillan, 1981.

    • Signs of the Times: Introductory Readings in Textual Semiotics.  Ed. MacCabe, Stephen Heath and Christopher Prendergas.  Cambridge: Granta, 1971.

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Godard: Portrait of the Artist at 70.  London: Bloomsbury, 2002.

    • On the Eloquence of the Vulgar: a Justification of the Study of Film and Television.  1993.

      • Rpt. as The Eloquence of the Vulgar: Language, Cinema and the Politics of Culture.  London: British Film Institute, 1999.

    • Performance.  London: British Film Institute, 1998.

    • "Compacted Doctrines: Empson and the Meanings of Words."  By MacCabe and Alan Durant.  William Empson.  Ed. Christopher Norris and Nigel Mapp.  Cambridge: CUP, 1993.  170-195.
    • "Cultural Studies and English."  Critical Quarterly 34.3 (1992): 25-35.
    • Diary of a Young Soul Rebel.  By MacCabe and Isaac Julien.  London: British Film Institute, 1991.

    • "The Revenge of the Author."  Critical Quarterly 31.2 (1989): 3-15.
      • Subject to History: Ideology, Class, Gender.  Ed. David Simpson.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1991.  34-46.
    • "The State of the Subject."  Critical Quarterly 29.4 (1987): 5-8.
    • "The Cambridge Heritage: Richards, Empson and Leavis."  Southern Review 19.3 (1986/7): 242-249.
    • "Towards a Modern Trivium: English Studies Today."  Critical Quarterly 26.1-2 (1984): 69-86.
    • "Language, Linguistics and the Study of Literature."  Oxford Literary Review 4.3 (1981): 68- 82.
      • Modern Criticism and Theory: a Reader.  Ed. David Lodge.  London: Longman, 1988.  431-444.
    • Godard: Images, Sounds, PoliticsLondon: MacMillan, 1980.

    • "On Discourse."  Economy and Society 8.3 (1979): 279-293.
    • "The Discursive and the Ideological in Film."  Screen 19.4 (1979): 29-43.
    • James Joyce and the Revolution of the WordLondon: MacMillan, 1979.  2nd Ed. London: Palgrave, 2002.

    • "Theory and Film: Principles of Realism and Pleasure."  Screen 17.3 (1976): 17-27.
      • Literature, Society and the Sociology of Literature.  Ed Francis Barker, et. al.  Colchester: University of Essex, l977.  59-74.
      • Narrative. Apparatus, Ideology.  Ed. Philip Rosen.  New York: Columbia UP, 1986.  179-197.
    • "Realism and the Cinema: Notes on Some Brechtian Theses."  Screen 15.2 (1974): 7-27.
      • Theoretical Essays: Film, Linguistics, Literature.  Manchester: Manchester UP, 1985.  33-57.
      • Realism and the Cinema: a Reader.  Ed. Christopher Williams.  London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1980.  152-162.

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