Critiques D.W. Griffith's treatment of miscegenation in his 'Broken Blossoms' and 'The Birth of a Nation' motion pictures. Transformation of representation of miscegenation; Griffith's liberal idealism; Ambiguities of liberalism of 'Broken Blossoms'; Interpretation of contradictory and conflicted reconstruction of interracial desire; Argument for cultural separatism.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||29|
|State||Published - Mar 1 2001|
- Broken Blossoms or the Yellow Man & the Girl (Film)
- Griffith, D. W. (David Wark), 1875-1948
- Birth of a Nation, The (Film)