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Bury, Rhiannon: Television 2.0
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Erscheinungsdatum: 17.01.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Television 2.0, Titelzusatz: Viewer and Fan Engagement with Digital TV, Autor: Bury, Rhiannon, Verlag: Lang, Peter // Peter Lang Publishing Inc., Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Fernsehen // Privatfernsehen // TV // Kommunikationswissenschaft // Populärkultur // Trivialkultur // Medientheorie // Medienwissenschaft // LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES // Library & Information Science // General // Medienwissenschaften: TV und Gesellschaft // Film // Kino // Radio // Bibliotheks // und Informationswissenschaften // Museumskunde, Rubrik: Medienwissenschaften // Sonstiges, Seiten: 147, Reihe: Digital Formations (Nr. 102), Gewicht: 237 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Savage Spring: Malin Fors, Book 4 , Hörbuch, Di...
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The fourth novel in the internationally bestselling Malin Fors series, a Swedish crime-writing phenomenon, perfect for fans of the television series The Killing and The Bridge. The Swedish town of Linköping is bathed in Spring sunshine. The trees are blossoming and families are having breakfast at outdoor tables in the main square. Then a deafening explosion rips through the air. Broken glass and tulip petals cover the cobblestones, and two little girls, twin sisters, are killed while their mother is left fighting for her life. Detective Inspector Malin Fors has just attended her own mother's funeral when she is summoned to the devastating scene. But, although Malin is plagued with questions about her past and the secrets her mother never revealed, she must once again bury her own pain if she is to find Tuva and Mira Vigerö's killer before he strikes again. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jane Collingwood. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hodd/000548/bk_hodd_000548_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Silent Land: A Novel , Hörbuch, Digital, 1,...
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Award-winning novelist and cult favorite Graham Joyce transports listeners to a mysterious world of isolation and fear with this hypnotically dark story - a daring and powerful novel about love, loss, and rebirth. In the French Pyrenees, a young married couple is buried under a flash avalanche while skiing. Miraculously, Jake and Zoe dig their way out from under the snow - only to discover the world they knew has been overtaken by an eerie and absolute silence. Their hotel is devoid of another living soul. Cell phones and land lines are cut off. An evacuation as sudden and thorough as this leaves Jake and Zoe to face a terrifying situation alone. They are trapped by the storm, completely isolated, with another catastrophic avalanche threatening to bury them alive… again. And as the couple begins to witness unset­tling events neither can ignore, they are forced to con­front a frightening truth about the silent land they now inhabit. The Silent Land is a brilliantly conceived novel that puts a husband and wife in a strange and frightening reality where it would seem they are the last two people on Earth. Together they will face the ultimate test of their love for each other, and they will be forced to decide what their lives are worth - and what they will sacrifice to save each other. Joyce has written a mysteri­ous masterpiece, a tour de force that will thrill fans of Peter Straub and the hit television show Lost. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Lee. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/004250/bk_blak_004250_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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True of Blood: Witch Fairy Series, Book 1 , Hör...
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I have a television so I know what a family is supposed to look like but mine is nothing like that. To begin with, both my parents are dead. Not the kind of dead where you bury them in the ground, say some nice words, cry a lot and then never see them again. Nope, when they died they refused to ‘go into the light’ or whatever it is you’re supposed to do when you die. Instead, they came back home. As ghosts. Have you ever been sent to your room by a parent who has no corporeal form? I have and it sucks... Xandra Illuminata Smith has lived for the last three years with ghosts as parents but her life gets even stranger after her seventeenth birthday when she finds out that her mother is actually a Witch in hiding and her biological father, whom she knew nothing about, is a Fairy and King of the Fae realm. Xandra is the first Witch Fairy to be born in thousands of years for very good reason. No one should be able to control that much magic and Xandra was never meant to be born at all but her mother has managed to keep her hidden away until now. The Witches want her dead and the Fairies want her blood, for only her blood will reopen the gateway to the Fae realm and allow them back into this realm to take revenge on humans and Witches alike for having banished them hundreds of years ago. Xandra has very little time to learn how to use her powerful Witch and Fairy magic that has been bound since her birth while running from the Fairies who managed to jump realms and want to take her blood to set the others free. She needs someone to teach her and her parents enlist the help of one powerful Fairy who claims to want to keep the realms closed to each other. He will help keep her safe and alive as she learns, at least that's what he says... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Emily Durante. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/013324/bk_acx0_013324_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Private Schulz
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The revised, expanded version of Martin Noble's black comic novel, adapted from Jack Pulman's much-loved and highly acclaimed Royal Television Society award-winning television series. A few weeks before the outbreak of the Second World War, recently released convict Gerhardt Schulz is transferred from an underpants factory to the SS. Private Schulz is determined to sit out the war but, under the fiendish Major Neuheim, he is soon involved in kidnapping British spies on the Durch border and bugging rooms in Berlin's notorious Salon Kitty brothel. It is here that he falls in love with Fraulein Bertha Freyer, the high-class prostitute with a psychological block that prevents her from doing it with anyone below the rank of Major. When the British begin dropping clothing coupons on Germany, Schulz comes up with a retaliatory scheme for swamping Britain with forged five pound notes. When against all odds Adolf Hitler himself approves the scheme, Private Schulz finds himself being parachuted into England to bury a canister of fivers in the Kent countryside. Schulz just needs a personal plan to get out of the war alive - with a few leftover notes. Reviews of the 1st Edition: I absolutely treasure my copy of Private Schulz. The novel is both compelling and first rate. (Richard Gould) Martin Noble's novel based on Jack Pulman's Private Schulz is the funniest book I've read since The Good Soldier Schweik. (George A. Athans) If you laughed at the frustrated, unfortunate Private Schulz in the recent BBC television series, then you will love the book version. The novel is able to go into more detail than the TV original, both in characterisation and plot. The result is a finely drawn and hilarious tale of the SS plan to flood wartime Britain with forged £5 notes - with Schulz as the unwitting and unwilling private using the scheme to make some dishonest money for himself. (Evening Echo) If you liked the series, you'll probably love the book. Jack Pulman never lived to see his creation on screen, and the script was novelised expertly by Martin Noble. Set in the Second World War, the events cover the clever but hapless Schulz's attempts to get hold of some of the money his SS bosses have literally been making from a wartime opportunity: the forged English five pound notes of Operation Bernhardt, designed to disrupt the British economy just when it needs to work. The novel goes beyond the limits of the series, and fills in all the characters further, and introduces new ones, who all stand in Schulz's way at various times, or help him in any way they can. Schulz's story is a tale of the powerlessness of the individual in the face both of totalitarian regimes and incredible bad luck. Schulz, his frightful boss Major Neuheim and his opportunistic collaborator Bertha all find out in their own ways that the ill-gotten gains that come to them have been created out of evil, and that no good will come of them, which turns it into a modern Midas Touch, in some respects, and an examination of the unforgiving ways of greed, and its dubious rewards. Martin Noble has done real justice to Jack Pulman's creation. (Niko Nezna)

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New Directions in American Reception Study
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Contemporary reception study has developed a diversity of approaches and methods, including the institutional, textual, historical, authorial, and reader-response, which, to a greater or lesser extent, acknowledge the various ways in which readers have found texts-- literature, television shows, movies, and newspapers--meaningful. This collection emphasizes that new diversity, examining movies, newspapers, fans, television shows, and traditional American as well as modern Hispanic, Black, and Women's literature. The essays on literature include James Machor on Melville's short fiction, Kenneth Roemer on Edward Bellamy's utopian work Looking Backward, Amy Blair on the popularity of Sinclair Lewis's Main Street, Marcial Gonzalez on Danny Santiago and his Hispanic novel Famous All Over Town, and Leonard Diepeveen on modernist fiction and criticism. The theoretical essays on reader-oriented criticism include Patsy Schweickart on interpretation and the ethics of careand Jack Bratich on active audiences. Media versions of response criticism include Andrea Press and Camille Johnson's ethnographic analysis of fans of the Oprah Winfrey Show, Janet Staiger on Robert Aldrich's film version of Mickey Spillane's Kiss Me Deadly, and Rhiannon Bury on the fans of the HBO television show Six Feet Under. History-of-the-book versions include Barbara Hochman on the popularity of the 1890s editions of Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, Ellen Garvey on nineteenth-century scrapbooks of newspaper, and David Nord on early twentieth-century newspapers' relations to audience charges of bias and unfairness. Poststructuralist studies include Philip Goldstein on Richard Wright's Native Son, Steve Mailloux on Reading Lolita in Tehran, and Tony Bennett on the cultural analyses of Pierre Bourdieu. The collection concludes with essays by Janice Radway on the limits of these methods and on the possibility of new forms of sociological and anthropological reception study and byToby Miller on the 'reception deception' in relation to the worldwide distribution and reception of movies and television shows.

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Private Schulz
21,99 € *
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The revised, expanded version of Martin Noble's black comic novel, adapted from Jack Pulman's much-loved and highly acclaimed Royal Television Society award-winning television series. A few weeks before the outbreak of the Second World War, recently released convict Gerhardt Schulz is transferred from an underpants factory to the SS. Private Schulz is determined to sit out the war but, under the fiendish Major Neuheim, he is soon involved in kidnapping British spies on the Durch border and bugging rooms in Berlin's notorious Salon Kitty brothel. It is here that he falls in love with Fraulein Bertha Freyer, the high-class prostitute with a psychological block that prevents her from doing it with anyone below the rank of Major. When the British begin dropping clothing coupons on Germany, Schulz comes up with a retaliatory scheme for swamping Britain with forged five pound notes. When against all odds Adolf Hitler himself approves the scheme, Private Schulz finds himself being parachuted into England to bury a canister of fivers in the Kent countryside. Schulz just needs a personal plan to get out of the war alive - with a few leftover notes. Reviews of the 1st Edition: I absolutely treasure my copy of Private Schulz. The novel is both compelling and first rate. (Richard Gould) Martin Noble's novel based on Jack Pulman's Private Schulz is the funniest book I've read since The Good Soldier Schweik. (George A. Athans) If you laughed at the frustrated, unfortunate Private Schulz in the recent BBC television series, then you will love the book version. The novel is able to go into more detail than the TV original, both in characterisation and plot. The result is a finely drawn and hilarious tale of the SS plan to flood wartime Britain with forged £5 notes - with Schulz as the unwitting and unwilling private using the scheme to make some dishonest money for himself. (Evening Echo) If you liked the series, you'll probably love the book. Jack Pulman never lived to see his creation on screen, and the script was novelised expertly by Martin Noble. Set in the Second World War, the events cover the clever but hapless Schulz's attempts to get hold of some of the money his SS bosses have literally been making from a wartime opportunity: the forged English five pound notes of Operation Bernhardt, designed to disrupt the British economy just when it needs to work. The novel goes beyond the limits of the series, and fills in all the characters further, and introduces new ones, who all stand in Schulz's way at various times, or help him in any way they can. Schulz's story is a tale of the powerlessness of the individual in the face both of totalitarian regimes and incredible bad luck. Schulz, his frightful boss Major Neuheim and his opportunistic collaborator Bertha all find out in their own ways that the ill-gotten gains that come to them have been created out of evil, and that no good will come of them, which turns it into a modern Midas Touch, in some respects, and an examination of the unforgiving ways of greed, and its dubious rewards. Martin Noble has done real justice to Jack Pulman's creation. (Niko Nezna)

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New Directions in American Reception Study
42,20 € *
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Contemporary reception study has developed a diversity of approaches and methods, including the institutional, textual, historical, authorial, and reader-response, which, to a greater or lesser extent, acknowledge the various ways in which readers have found texts-- literature, television shows, movies, and newspapers--meaningful. This collection emphasizes that new diversity, examining movies, newspapers, fans, television shows, and traditional American as well as modern Hispanic, Black, and Women's literature. The essays on literature include James Machor on Melville's short fiction, Kenneth Roemer on Edward Bellamy's utopian work Looking Backward, Amy Blair on the popularity of Sinclair Lewis's Main Street, Marcial Gonzalez on Danny Santiago and his Hispanic novel Famous All Over Town, and Leonard Diepeveen on modernist fiction and criticism. The theoretical essays on reader-oriented criticism include Patsy Schweickart on interpretation and the ethics of careand Jack Bratich on active audiences. Media versions of response criticism include Andrea Press and Camille Johnson's ethnographic analysis of fans of the Oprah Winfrey Show, Janet Staiger on Robert Aldrich's film version of Mickey Spillane's Kiss Me Deadly, and Rhiannon Bury on the fans of the HBO television show Six Feet Under. History-of-the-book versions include Barbara Hochman on the popularity of the 1890s editions of Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, Ellen Garvey on nineteenth-century scrapbooks of newspaper, and David Nord on early twentieth-century newspapers' relations to audience charges of bias and unfairness. Poststructuralist studies include Philip Goldstein on Richard Wright's Native Son, Steve Mailloux on Reading Lolita in Tehran, and Tony Bennett on the cultural analyses of Pierre Bourdieu. The collection concludes with essays by Janice Radway on the limits of these methods and on the possibility of new forms of sociological and anthropological reception study and byToby Miller on the 'reception deception' in relation to the worldwide distribution and reception of movies and television shows.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 29.03.2020
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