Mizoguchi the Master
mroberts37 at mail-central.com
Wed Mar 24 23:03:26 EDT 2010
Aaron's mention of "clippings files" jogged my memory...
This might be what you're looking for:
On Mar 25, 2010, at 11:51 AM, Aaron Gerow wrote:
> Unfortunately, this is basically a thick newspaper, kind of like the
> Village Voice. It is thus not easy to preserve (a library would have
> to specially bind it to put it on the shelf). I would not be
> surprised if some archives just decide to avoid the trouble and put
> it in their clippings files or some other special collection. You
> might have to be creative to find it.
> Yale's copy seems to be missing, unfortunately. I have a copy in my
> files, but back at Yale (I'm in Japan).
> On Mar 25, 2010, at 11:40 AM, Mark Roberts wrote:
>> According to WorldCat, this booklet was published by the
>> Cinematheque Ontario in collaboration with the Audio-Visual
>> Division of the Japan Foundation, Tokyo. I just checked the Japan
>> Foundation library, but they don't list a copy in their online
>> catalog. WorldCat has no results for Japan at all, actually. You
>> might try contacting both the Cinematheque Ontario and the JF.
>> Maybe they can provide you with a copy.
>> On Mar 25, 2010, at 3:31 AM, Michael Smith wrote:
>>> Dear all,
>>> My name is Michael Smith and I'm a PhD candidate at the University
>>> of Leeds (UK) looking at the topic of female characters in early
>>> postwar Japanese cinema, particularly in the films of Mizoguchi,
>>> Naruse and Ozu.
>>> I'm trying to find a copy/access to the 1996 booklet 'Mizoguchi
>>> the Master', which was edited by Gerald O'Grady. It's been out of
>>> a print for a while, and I can't seem to be able to trace it
>>> through any British libraries. I'm sure many list members are
>>> familiar with it and have used it in their own work, so I hope
>>> somebody can point me in the right direction!
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