The Films of Luis Buñuel: Subjectivity and Desire (Oxford Hispanic Studies)

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'Evans interprets the films as if they are dreams, teasing out their hidden meanings. It's his ingenuity in doing so that keeps The Films of Luis Bunuel afloat.' Geoffrey Macnab, Literary Review

This is certainly a book for the theorist and you don't need to know Bunnel's films to benefit from its contents. ( Film)

Intelligent and eclectic study of cinema's great taboo-breaker. ( Sight and Sound)

a brilliant start to the new series on Hispanic themes launched by OUP...A must for any Bunuel bibliography ( Forum for Modern Language Studies)

One of the principal virtues of Peter Evan's landmark study is its concern to provide a multiple readership in hispanism and film studies with a precise set of indicators to hispanic contexts and traditions that inform Bunuel's films. What emerges is an appreciation of Bunuel's achievement as an auteur that is considerably fuller and more nuanced than previous accounts. ( Times Higher Education Supplement)

Exhaustive and compelling book. This important study is a concise, informed and challenging work which should invigorate discussion about the most iconoclastic of directors. Peter William Evans has thrown the films of Luis Bunuel to the wolves of contemporary critical debates in film studies. It is a fight which the sly, old Aragonese dog would have relished. ( Rob Stone, University of Aberystwyth, Tesserae 2 (1996))

Evans's perceptive discussion of the films' cinematic intertextuality is criss-crossed with enlightening literary associations, from Golden-Age authors and Buñuel's French and Spanish contemporaries to gothic novelists and Latin-American writers ... useful in providing a unified interpretation of Bunñuel's work and gives many new insights into the individual films under discussion. ( Xon de Ros, King's College, London, MLR, 91.4, 1996)

Peter Evans works in generous swathes of thought, bringing what seems to be a large amount of learning and clarity to his subject. ( British Bulletin of Publications, No. 95, October 1996)

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The Films of Luis Bunuel

This is certainly a book for the theorist and you don't need to know Bunnel's films to benefit from its contents. ( Film)

Intelligent and eclectic study of cinema's great taboo-breaker. ( Sight and Sound)

a brilliant start to the new series on Hispanic themes launched by OUP...A must for any Bunuel bibliography ( Forum for Modern Language Studies)

One of the principal virtues of Peter Evan's landmark study is its concern to provide a multiple readership in hispanism and film studies with a precise set of indicators to hispanic contexts and traditions that inform Bunuel's films. What emerges is an appreciation of Bunuel's achievement as an auteur that is considerably fuller and more nuanced than previous accounts. ( Times Higher Education Supplement)

Exhaustive and compelling book. This important study is a concise, informed and challenging work which should invigorate discussion about the most iconoclastic of directors. Peter William Evans has thrown the films of Luis Bunuel to the wolves of contemporary critical debates in film studies. It is a fight which the sly, old Aragonese dog would have relished. ( Rob Stone, University of Aberystwyth, Tesserae 2 (1996))

Evans's perceptive discussion of the films' cinematic intertextuality is criss-crossed with enlightening literary associations, from Golden-Age authors and Buñuel's French and Spanish contemporaries to gothic novelists and Latin-American writers ... useful in providing a unified interpretation of Bunñuel's work and gives many new insights into the individual films under discussion. ( Xon de Ros, King's College, London, MLR, 91.4, 1996)

Peter Evans works in generous swathes of thought, bringing what seems to be a large amount of learning and clarity to his subject. ( British Bulletin of Publications, No. 95, October 1996)

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