Superhero films and American national identity

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Goodrum, M. 2018. Superhero films and American national identity. in: Edwards, S., Sayer, F. and Dolski, M. (ed.) Histories on Screen: The Past and Present in Anglo-American Cinema and Television London Bloomsbury. pp. 235-252
AuthorsGoodrum, M.
EditorsEdwards, S., Sayer, F. and Dolski, M.
Page range235-252
Year2018
Book titleHistories on Screen: The Past and Present in Anglo-American Cinema and Television
PublisherBloomsbury
Output statusPublished
Place of publicationLondon
SeriesBloomsbury Research Skills For History
ISBN9781474217033
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Print08 Feb 2018
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Deposited22 Feb 2018
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