Reinventing the everyday in the age of spectacle: Jean-Luc Godard's artistic and political response to modernity in his early works
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Godard's films prior to 1968 are usually received as pure experimentations of style, as if these films were little more than art-historical examples of a certain kind of avant-garde cinema. The author argues instead that Godard's often frenzied cinematic
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