MacFadyen further analyses Soviet animation through phenomenology, arguing that the latter is a viable alternative not only to dogmatic Marxism but also to the ideological vacuum of post-Soviet times. The book includes a comprehensive bibliography and filmography as well as a rich collection of images.
Subjects: Performing Arts
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