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Oliver Stone has written and directed many memorable films while also developing a reputation for tackling controversial subjects, such as the Turkish prison system (Midnight Express), the Vietnam war (Platoon and Born on the Fourth of July), insider trading (Wall Street), presidential assassination (JFK), and a voyeuristic media (Natural Born Killers). Along the way, ...more
Hardcover, 374 pages
Published November 2nd 2012 by Scarecrow Press (first published October 1st 2012)
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James Michael Welsh, professor emeritus of English at Salisbury University. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Indiana University and a Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Kansas. He was a co-founder and editor for more than 30 years of the academic journal Literature/Film Quarterly and was the founding president of the Literature/Film Association.

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