Literature and Film as Modern Mythology

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Appendix C
Reading and Film List
Not all listed novels are still in print; however, they should be available through a library or possibly in a used book store. Film availability will depend on individual store or library inventory. Films labeled C are in color; if no C is present, the film is black and white. TVM denotes the film was made for television.
A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway

Film: d. Frank Borzage 1932 78 min.

d. Charles Vidor 1957 C/152 min.

The Accidental Tourist by Anne Tyler

Film: d. Lawrence Kasdan 1988 C/121 min. (PG)

Advise and Consent by Allen Drury

Film: d. Otto Preminger 1962 139 min.

All the King's Men by Robert Penn Warren

Film: d. Robert Rossen 1949 109 min.

Amistad by David Pesci

Film: d. Steven Spielberg 1997 C/232 min.

Animal Farm by George Orwell

Film: animated, d. John Halas 1955/British C/75 min

Being There by Jerzy Kosinski

Film: d. Hal Ashby 1979 C/130 min. (PG)

The Best Years of Our Lives by McKinley Kantor

Film: d. William Wyler 1946 172 min.

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