- Title Pages
- Notes on the Contributors
- Introduction: Cinematicity and Comparative Media
- Chapter 1 Dickensian ‘Dissolving Views’: The Magic Lantern, Visual Story-telling and the Victorian Technological Imagination
- Chapter 2 ‘Never Has One Seen Reality Enveloped in Such a Phantasmagoria’: Watching Spectacular Transformations, 1860–89
- Chapter 3. Moving-picture Media and Modernity: Taking Intermediate and Ephemeral Forms Seriously
- Chapter 4 Reading in the Age of Edison: The Cinematicity of ‘The Yellow Wall-Paper’
- Chapter 5 <i>Time and Motion Studies: Joycean Cinematicity in</i> A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
- Chapter 6 Nature Caught in the Act: On the Transformation of an Idea of Art in Early Cinema
- Chapter 7 Cinematicity of Speech and Visibility of Literature: The Poetics of Soviet Film Scripts of the Early Sound Film Era
- Chapter 8 Making America Global: Cinematicity and the Aerial View
- Chapter 9. Invisible Cities, Visible Cinema: Illuminating Shadows in Late Film Noir
- Chapter 10 Cinema, Video, Game: Astonishing Aesthetics and the Cinematic ‘Future’ of Computer Graphics’ Past
- Chapter 11 Miniature Pleasures: On Watching Films on an iPhone
- Chapter 12 Kino-Eye in Reverse: Visualizing Cinema
- Select Bibliography
- Cinematicity in Media History
- Edinburgh University Press
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