You are required to reference at least one of these textbooks (or an approved equivalent) in your final term paper. These books are available through the TMCC library RESERVES.
Belton, John. American Cinema/American Culture. 4th ed. McGraw Hill, 2013.
Bordwell, David. The Way Hollywood Tells It: Story and Style in Modern Movies. University of California Press, 2006.
Corrigan, Timothy. Film and Literature: An Introduction and Reader. Prentice Hall, 1999.
Gehring, Wes D., Ed. Handbook of American Film Genres. Greenwood Press, 1988.
Glatzer, Robert. Beyond Popcorn: A Critic's Guide to Looking at Films. Eastern Washington University Press, 2001.
You must read and watch at least three of these novels and films. Here are the ones available through the TMCC library. If you click on the title links you will be taken to the library record for the information needed if you want to borrow the item from the library. If the title does not contain a hyperlink it means the library does not own a copy of the book.
|Philip K. Dick, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?||Bladerunner|
|Raymond Carver, Short Cuts||Short Cuts|
|Leo Tolstoy, The Kreutzer Sonata (multiple versions available)||The Kreutzer Sonata|
|Patricia Highsmith, The Talented Mr. Ripley||The Talented Mr. Ripley|
|Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness (multiple versions available)||Apocalypse Now (multiple versions/copies)|
|Alice Walker, The Color Purple||The Color Purple|
|Daniel Woodrell, Winter's Bone||Winter's Bone|
Alternate book and film possibilities.
|Philip Roth, American Pastoral||American Pastoral|
|Cormac McCarthy, No Country for Old Men||No Country for Old Men|
|Richard Yates, Revolutionary Road||Revolutionary Road|
|Patricia Highsmith, Strangers on a Train||Strangers on a Train|
|William Styron, The Confessions of Nat Turner||The Birth of a Nation (2016)|
If there is a book or movie that the TMCC library does not own, consider looking for it at UNR and Washoe County. There is no cost to borrow materials from either of these places unless you do not return materials on time. Make sure to check what times and days these libraries are open and for UNR be sure to have your TMCC student ID.
Aside from TMCC's physical holdings of DVD's take a look at Kanopy Films to see if a movie you need is available. To access Kanopy you will need to log in with your TMCC user name and password.