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The first study in English to examine key themes and traditions of Czech and Slovak cinema. Linking interwar and postwar cinemas together with developments during the post-Communist period, the volume considers interactions among theme, genre, and visual style and the way in which a range of styles and traditions has extended across different historical periods and political regimes. Czech and Slovak cinema are a unique avenue into Central European film history.
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Peter James (born 22 August 1948) is an international best-selling British writer of crime fiction. He was born in Brighton, the son of Cornelia James, the former glovemaker to Queen Elizabeth II.
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