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" The American must cross the border into "Indian country" and experience a "regression" to a more primitive and natural condition of life so that the false values of the "metropolis" can be purged and a new, purified social contract enacted. "
Action Speaks Louder: Violence, Spectacle, and the American Action Movie - Página 2
de Eric Lichtenfeld - 2004 - 313 páginas
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Using Murder: The Social Construction of Serial Homicide

Philip Jenkins - 262 páginas
...mythic systems, not least that of the American Western, of which Slotkin has written: The American must cross the border into Indian country and experience...can be purged and a new, purified, social contract enacted. . . . The heroes of this myth-historical quest must therefore be "men (or women) who know...
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Spectacular Narratives: Hollywood in the Age of the Blockbuster

Geoff King - 2000 - 213 páginas
...interactive progeny. 1 'Frontier' Narrative and Spectacle in Twister and Independence Day The American must cross the border into 'Indian country' and experience...can be purged and a new, purified social contract enacted. Richard Slotkin1 The hero of Tu'isfer (1996) sniffs the air, picks up a handful of dirt and...
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Remapping Southern Literature: Contemporary Southern Writers and the West

Robert H. Brinkmeyer - 2007 - 130 páginas
...that expresses, in Richard Slotkin's evocative phrase, "regeneration through violence": The American must cross the border into "Indian country" and experience...can be purged and a new, purified social contract enacted. Although the Indian and the Wilderness are the settlers enemy, they also provide him with...
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Remapping Southern Literature: Contemporary Southern Writers and the West

Robert H. Brinkmeyer - 2010 - 130 páginas
...that expresses, in Richard Slotkin's evocative phrase, "regeneration through violence": The American must cross the border into "Indian country" and experience...can be purged and a new, purified social contract enacted. Although the Indian and the Wilderness are the settlers enemy, they also provide him with...
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After Vietnam: Legacies of a Lost War

Charles E. Neu - 2000 - 166 páginas
..."regeneration through violence," Richard Slotkin writes, was the savage war, one in which Americans "must cross the border into 'Indian country' and experience...can be purged and a new, purified social contract enacted."26 In the early years of the republic, America seemed an experiment, for the Founding Fathers...
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Moving Stories: Migration and the American West 1850-2000

Scott E. Casper, Lucinda M. Long - 2001 - 299 páginas
...frontier was Southeast Asia and communism). In Slotkin's consideration of the myth, the American hero "must cross the border into 'Indian country' and experience...can be purged and a new, purified social contract enacted." However, his third volume, subtitled The Myth of the Frontier in Twentieth-Century America,...
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Spirit Hunter: The Haunting of American Culture by Myths of Violence ...

Philip Monk, Jeremy Blake, York University (Toronto, Ont.). Art Gallery - 2005 - 174 páginas
...meant first a violent regress, became mixed in the persona of the (yet racially pure) American hero who must cross the border into "Indian country" and...can be purged and a new, purified social contract enacted. Although the Indian and the Wilderness are the settler's enemy, they also provide him with...
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