The English Patient Plays Casablanca

Murray, David Aaron
May 1997
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1997, Issue 73, p10
Focuses on the use of postmodern techniques in the film "The English Patient" with reference to the film "Casablanca" released in 1942. Overview of the films; Comparison among the characters and settings between the two films; Moral lessons of the films.


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