Georg Wilhelm Pabst

Standard Name: Pabst, Georg Wilhelm
Used Form: G. W. Pabst


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Thus, she used her final major article in Close Up to confront the escalating tension and conflict in Europe. In her call to action, What Shall You Do In The War? (June 1933), she...
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As editors, Bryher and Kenneth Macpherson ensured Close Up's international, interdisciplinary emphases by publishing works by and on Sergei Eisenstein , G. W. Pabst , H. D. , Dorothy Richardson , Gertrude Stein , and Man Ray .
Marek, Jayne E. Women Editing Modernism: "Little" Magazines & Literary History. University Press of Kentucky.
Textual Production Bryher
The POOL collective produced four silent films, the best-known and most ambitious of which is Borderline (1930). Presenting a seemingly disjointed, obscure mix of racial and sexual conflicts, Borderline shows the influences of Pabst ,...


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