La génesis de Nosferatu en el cine mudo

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Show simple item record Barr, Amanda M. 2008-12-19T15:17:21Z 2008-12-19T15:17:21Z 2008-12-19T15:17:21Z
dc.description.abstract This thesis analyses the play Nosferatu by the contemporary Spanish author Francisco Nieva, and more specifically focuses on its genesis in silent film, primarily German Expressionist. First we take a look at the genre and style of the work itself, followed by a history of the vampire in literature and film. After a brief summary of the play, we begin to focus on the films, first discussing how Nieva came into contact with them in France through the cinémathèques. What follows is a detailed study of the films, with summaries, analysis of themes, and finally a comparison to Nosferatu, looking at the elements of the play that each film directly influenced. en
dc.language.iso es_US en
dc.publisher Kansas State University en
dc.subject Nosferatu en
dc.subject Francisco Nieva en
dc.subject Expressionist cinema en
dc.subject Spanish theatre en
dc.title La génesis de Nosferatu en el cine mudo en
dc.type Thesis en Master of Arts en
dc.description.level Masters en
dc.description.department Department of Modern Languages en
dc.description.advisor Benjamin Torrico en
dc.subject.umi Theater (0465) en 2008 en December en

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