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History On Film/Film On History

Robert A. Rosenstone
Published 2006 · Art

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Chapter 1: History on film. Chapter 2: To see the past. Chapter 3: Mainstream drama. Chapter 4: Innovative drama. Chapter 5: Documentary. Chapter 6: Telling lives. Chapter 7: Film maker/historian. Chapter 8: Engaging the discourse. Chapter 9: Film on history.
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