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‘What I Saw in America’ is an eloquent record of the polymath G. K. Chesterton’s experiences on a lecture tour of the US in 1921. This is a persuasive, revealing and essential work that overflows with wry humour, sympathy and intelligence playing devilishly against an irrepressible mischievousness.
This book offers an industrial, economic and aesthetic history of the early years of the British film industry from 1899-1911, through a case study of one of the most celebrated pioneer film makers, Cecil Hepworth.
The editors have once again assembled some of the foremost experts in forensic psychiatry for this thoroughly revised and expanded second edition of their classic text. A versatile resource, this book is valuable not only for practicing psychiatrists but also for psychiatric residents.