James Dean

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ISBN: 9781556523984
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 361
Author: David Dalton
Publisher: Chicago Review Press

Download and read online James Dean in PDF and EPUB This is the book that restarted the James Dean cult by celebrating him as the cool, defiant visionary of pop culture who made adolescence seem heroic instead of awkward and who defined the style of rock ’n’ roll’s politics of delinquency. The only book to fully show how deliberately and carefully Dean crafted his own image and performances, and the product of still unequalled research, vivid writing, intimate photographs, and profound meditation, James Dean: The Mutant King has become almost as legendary as its subject.


Rebel

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ISBN: 9781461741664
Release Date: 2000-08-22
Number of pages: 352
Author: Donald Spoto
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

Download and read online Rebel in PDF and EPUB This authoritative biography of film icon James Dean offers a clear-eyed look at the actor who crossed America's cinematic landscape with the brilliance and brevity of a meteor.


The Death of James Dean

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ISBN: 9780802196118
Release Date: 2007-12-01
Number of pages: 240
Author: Warren N. Beath
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.

Download and read online The Death of James Dean in PDF and EPUB Just before sunset on September 20, 1955, James Byron Dean's Porsche 550 Spyder collided with Donald Gene Turnupseed's Ford Tudor on California Highway 46. At age twenty-four, America's newest screen idol was dead. What really happened? Drawing on the inquest manuscript and other previously unpublished material, Warren Beath cuts through the welter of conflicting reports and rumors to provide a taut reconstruciton of Dean's final hours. In addition, Beath has explored every nook and cranny of the Dean legend, and his book is studded with fascinating asides: Elvis Presley's worship of Dean, Dean's strange friendship with Maila Nurmi; TV's Vampyra and star of the gloriously execrable Plan 9 From Outer Space; Hitchcock's use of Highway 46 in the famous crop-dusting scene in North by Northwest; death threats against Giant director George Stevens if he dared excise so much as a single frame of Deans' performance. Beath's definitive account of James Dean's death concludes with a memorable portrait of the James Dean cult, a strangely moving record of his posthumous life in the hearts of his adoring fans.


James Dean in Mendocino

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ISBN: 9780933391130
Release Date: 1994
Number of pages: 72
Author: Bruce Levene
Publisher: Pacific Transcriptions

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James Dean

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ISBN: 156173148X
Release Date: 1991-09
Number of pages: 256
Author: Val Holley
Publisher: Pubns Intl Ltd

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James Dean Transfigured

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ISBN: 9780292752887
Release Date: 2013-05-17
Number of pages: 260
Author: Claudia Springer
Publisher: University of Texas Press

Download and read online James Dean Transfigured in PDF and EPUB After the death of James Dean in 1955, the figure of the teen rebel permeated the globe, and its presence is still felt in the twenty-first century. Rebel iconography—which does not have to resemble James Dean himself, but merely incorporates his disaffected attitude—has become an advertising mainstay used to sell an array of merchandise and messages. Despite being overused in advertisements, it still has the power to surprise when used by authors and filmmakers in innovative and provocative ways. The rebel figure has mass appeal precisely because of its ambiguities; it can mean anything to anyone. The global appropriation of rebel iconography has invested it with fresh meanings. Author Claudia Springer succeeds here in analyzing both ends of the spectrum—the rebel icon as a tool in upholding capitalism's cycle of consumption, and as a challenge to that cycle and its accompanying beliefs. In this groundbreaking study of rebel iconography in international popular culture, Springer studies a variety of texts from the United States and abroad that use this imagery in contrasting and thought-provoking ways. Using a cultural studies approach, she analyzes films, fiction, poems, Web sites, and advertisements to determine the extent to which the icon's adaptations have been effective as a response to the actual social problems affecting contemporary adolescents around the world.


James Dean Rebel Life

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ISBN: 9780859658676
Release Date: 2016-11-01
Number of pages: 300
Author: John Howlett
Publisher: Plexus Publishing

Download and read online James Dean Rebel Life in PDF and EPUB James Dean died in 1955. The star of three movies, he was aged just 24. Six decades later, the charismatic screen idol has lost none of his power to captivate. Revered by fresh generations of fans born years after his untimely death, the glamor of his limited but incandescent legacy of cinematic classics - East of Eden, Rebel Without a Cause and Giant - will never fade. Drawn from extensive research and original interviews, James Dean: Rebel Life strips back the hype to reveal the man behind the myth. Filled with the testimonies of the actors, directors and ex-lovers who knew Dean best, and lavishly illustrated with candid photos (from boyhood up to Dean's untimely death) and sumptuous film stills, the book provides a uniquely personal insight into the life and times of Hollywood's tragic leading man - essential reading for fans of every generation.


James Dean

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ISBN: 0766025373
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 160
Author: Karen Clemens Warrick
Publisher: Enslow Publishers, Inc.

Download and read online James Dean in PDF and EPUB A look at the life of an American film legend.


James Dean

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ISBN: 0756609348
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 239
Author: George C. Perry
Publisher: Dk Pub

Download and read online James Dean in PDF and EPUB Marking the fiftieth anniversary of his tragic death, a richly illustrated biography celebrates the remarkable career of actor James Dean, drawing on personal commentary from friends, colleagues, and family members to provide an authorized portrait of Dean's personal life and film legacy.


James Dean The Lost Memoirs

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ISBN: 9781420870596
Release Date: 2005-09-01
Number of pages: 184
Author: Patricia A. Leone
Publisher: AuthorHouse

Download and read online James Dean The Lost Memoirs in PDF and EPUB There have been many books written on the Hollywood legend, James Dean, but never before have we had a chance to hear from the real Jimmy Dean. Now, for the first time, Dean speaks in his own words as he is channeled through Patricia A. Leone, a long-time admirer of the motion picture star and metaphysical practitioner. James Dean/ The Lost Memoirs is an incredibly realistic look into Dean's life, transporting the reader to another place and time. As you read each entry in his journal you become closer than ever before to the man behind the legend. Five decades ago this farm boy took the world by storm, and the fascination with Dean continues to this very day. Now, through this book, we are privy not only to this legendary actor's own words, but also his own most private and innermost thoughts. He writes with intensity about his insecurity concerning acting, his stormy relationship with Pier Angeli, his broken heart over the death of his mother, his constant flirtation with death, and encounters with Hollywood stars like Marilyn Monroe, Shelly Winters, Rock Hudson, Martin Landau, Elizabeth Taylor and Sal Mineo. He also divulges intimate details about others who had the opportunity to be called his friends. The author, in a remarkable series of channeled sessions with Dean that were conducted over the course of several months, was able to break through to the other side and give Dean this opportunity on the 50th anniversary of his death to share with us his own epilogue to his life. It is the real and intimate side of Jimmy Dean, one that has never been presented to the public before. This remarkable book is must reading for Dean fans. It is written in journal form just as the star, himself, might have written it, and it includes his thoughts, memories, and and opinions beginning with the death of his mother at age nine until the day just before his fatal automobile accident on September 30, 1955.


James Dean

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ISBN: 0517061015
Release Date: 1994
Number of pages: 64
Author: Neil Grant
Publisher: Crescent

Download and read online James Dean in PDF and EPUB James Dean's own words revealing his feelings about his life and craft are accompanied by biographical information and photographs


James Dean

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ISBN: 1861050089
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 324
Author: Val Holley
Publisher: Robson Books Limited

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James Dean A Rebel With a Cause

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ISBN: 1467095753
Release Date: 2007-09-27
Number of pages: 104
Author: Joyce Chandler
Publisher: AuthorHouse

Download and read online James Dean A Rebel With a Cause in PDF and EPUB I am a fan of the actor James Dean, and this book is my tribute to him.


James Dean

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ISBN: 1560066989
Release Date: 2000-09-01
Number of pages: 108
Author: Walter G. Oleksy
Publisher:

Download and read online James Dean in PDF and EPUB Chronicles the life of the actor who died in a car accident at the age of twenty-four and is known for his roles in "East of Eden" and "Rebel without a Cause."


Using Surveys in Language Programs

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ISBN: 9780521792165
Release Date: 2001-07-02
Number of pages: 319
Author: James Dean Brown
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Using Surveys in Language Programs in PDF and EPUB This text presents a comprehensive but practical overview of how to develop and implement effective survey projects. This book presents a comprehensive but practical overview of the different phases and activities involved in the development and implementation of effective survey projects by language teaching professionals. It is accessible to graduate students, language teachers, administrators, and researchers. The theoretical and practical issues involved in survey design are defined and discussed. Each chapter includes a list of key terms, a set of review questions, and a collection of exercises for practical application. Language teaching professionals will find all the crucial information needed to survey students and teachers about their beliefs and practices.