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  Volume 60, Number 5, 2004

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Mac Ophuls

Guest Editor: Susan White

Max Ophuls: An Introduction

pp. 1-14
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An Open Letter to a German Friend

pp. 15-24
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The Making of Max Ophuls' Lola Montès/Lola Montez

pp. 25-42
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Off the Deep End Far from Heaven: Social Topography in The Reckless Moment

pp. 43-63
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Max Op(h)uls Fashions Femininity

pp. 65-86
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Leonora's Place: The Spatial Logic of Caught

pp. 87-95
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The Lost Ballad: Max Ophuls' Last Hollywood Project

pp. 96-126
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Ophuls and Renoir

pp. 127-148
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Nature and Artifice in Max Ophuls' Cinema

pp. 149-158
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Woman/Road/America/Cinema

pp. 159-182
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From Stage to Screen: The Impact of the German Theater on Max Ophüls

pp. 183-196
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"Verkehrte Welt"—"An Inverted World": From Erich Kästner's Play to Max Ophüls' Short Film, "I'd Rather Have Cod Liver Oil"

pp. 197-209
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Emblems of Modernism in the Early Films of Max Ophüls

pp. 211-222
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The Contributors

pp. 223-224
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Research Areas

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