Abstract

Alice Guy Blaché's onscreen depictions of sound prompt an enquiry into this suppressed realm of early cinema, which often figures marginalized social groups. Women's increased public presence and vocality and the suffrage debates are shown to be expressed obliquely in Guy Blaché's work, through extra-diegetic visual references and the imagination of sound.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1553-3905
Print ISSN
0892-2160
Pages
pp. 185-195
Launched on MUSE
2006-04-26
Open Access
No
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