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After perusing Aaron and Leslie’s blog posts about Barton Fink, particularly Aaron’s point concerning the impossibility of separating the objective fabula from the subjective, I remembered a website that I found when looking for help to uncover the truth behind Barton Fink, and I figured that I would pass it on to the class.  I’ve copied and pasted the link: (titled “A Viewer’s Guide to Barton FInk”) into my blog for easy reading. I guess the connection to the past readings that I made with this article was with regards to George Wilson’s “Transparency and Twist in Narrative Fiction Film” and his discussion of subjective shots and sequences. I think that this article shows how subjective inflection can be conveyed without the use of, say, traditonal POV shots.

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