Imaging the Divine: Jesus and Christ-Figures in Film

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Bibliography
The following bibliography is a listing of the works from which I cited material in the book and of a few other significant works which I consulted but from which I quoted no material. Clearly it does not pretend to be exhaustive. It consists of two parts. In the first part are listed books and articles of a more general nature or works which refer to more than one film discussed in this book or from which I quote material in more than one chapter of the book. The second part, subdivided according to the chapters of the book, and in some cases further subdivided according to sections of a chapter, lists works from which I quote material in that chapter or section of a chapter.When the material quoted is from a source which is itself quoting an earlier source, only the source to which I had access is included in the bibiliography. Clearly the two and sometimes three sources are included in the notes. Finally, when the material quoted is from one essay in a collection of essays, in this bibliography I note as the principal reference the title and bibliographical details of the collection. Then I list the essays in that collection from which I have quoted material. In the case of works published in languages other than English, the original form of the title and of the place of publication and publisher are respected.Regarding the abbreviations used in the entries, "v" is for volume, "n" for number and "nn" for numbers. In the entries for some Italian journals, "an" is for "anno" or year, meaning (roughly) volume; "qd" is for "quaderno" or "copy-book," meaning (roughly) "issue." All the numbers are rendered in Arabic, even if in the original sources, they are in Roman numerals.
Part One: General Bibliography
Agel, Henri and Amedée Ayfre. Le cinéma et le sacré. Paris: Editions du Cerf, 1961.
Arnaud, Philippe. Robert Bresson. Paris: Cahiers du Cinéma, 1986.
Ayfre, Amédée. Cinéma et mystère. Paris: Editions du Cerf, 1969.
_____. Le cinéma et la foi chrétienne. Paris: Librairie Arthème Fayard, 1960.
_____. Le cinéma et sa vérité. Paris: Editions du Cerf, 1969.
_____. Contributi a una teologia dell'immagine. Roma: Edizioni Paoline, 1966.
_____. Conversion aux images? I. Les images et Dieu; II. Les images et l'homme. Paris: Editions du Cerf, 1964.

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