From: "Simbuttaz" <aladado@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2000 15:13:24 +0100
this message is another alarm call. Or just a tiny cry for help. The reason
is always my final dissertaion about Deleuze's impulse-image.
I'm looking for a book edited by Cristopher Sharrett, "Crisis Cinema: the
apocalyptic idea in postmodern narrative film" (Washington DC, Maisoneuve
Press, 1993), which features an essay called "Televisual Bodies: Television
and the impulse image", by Phillip Turetzky.
I'm asking you a tip to find either this text or just the essay because I
tried to order it through an international bookshop and an Internet
bookshop, but in both cases I was told that it turned out to be unavailable.
So please, if anybody knows something about it, please let me know.
I would like to send a special greeting to Charles J Stivale and Melissa Mac
Mahon, who've been helping me very much.
Thank you all in advance,
Scienze della Comunicazione
Università di Bologna