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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 34, Number 1, September 2010

Movies, the Moral Emotions, and Sympathy
pp. 1-19(19)
Author: CARROLL, NO√čL

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Film Appreciation and Moral Insensitivity
pp. 20-33(14)
Author: FEAGIN, SUSAN L.

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The Rationality of Emotion toward Fiction
pp. 106-119(14)
Author: KIM, SEAHWA

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Seeing and Imagination: Emotional Response to Fictional Film
pp. 120-135(16)
Author: DADLEZ, E. M.

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Empathy and Identification in Cinema
pp. 136-157(22)
Author: GAUT, BERYS

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Fiction Film and the Varieties of Empathic Engagement
pp. 158-179(22)
Author: VAAGE, MARGRETHE BRUUN

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Hybrid Truths and Emotion in Film
pp. 180-189(10)
Author: YANAL, ROBERT J.

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Why We Should Give Up on the Imagination
pp. 190-199(10)
Author: MATRAVERS, DEREK

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Feeling Prufish
pp. 261-279(19)
Author: SMITH, MURRAY

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Mixed Feelings: Conflicts in Emotional Responses to Film
pp. 280-294(15)
Author: HAROLD, JAMES

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The Diving Bell and the Butterfly as an Emotional Event
pp. 295-305(11)
Author: LAINE, TARJA

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Whimsicality in the Films of Eric Rohmer
pp. 306-322(17)
Authors: LAMARQUE, PETER; GOLDIE, PETER

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Bergman and the Film Image
pp. 323-339(17)
Author: CURRIE, GREGORY

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Erratum
pp. 340-340(1)

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