- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- Introduction: “No One Would Know It Was Mine”: Delmer Daves, Modest Auteur
- Chapter 1 Don’t Be Too Quick to Dismiss Them: Authorship and the Westerns of Delmer Daves
- Chapter 2 Trying to Ameliorate the System from Within: Delmer Daves’ Westerns from the 1950s
- Chapter 3 Bent, or Lifted Out by Its Roots: Daves’ <i>Broken Arrow and Drum Beat</i> as Narratives of Conditional Sympathy
- Chapter 4 This Room is My Castle of Quiet: The Collaborations of Delmer Daves and Glenn Ford
- Chapter 5 Delmer Daves, Authenticity, and Auteur Elements: Celebrating the Ordinary in <i>Cowboy</i>
- Chapter 6 Home and the Range: <i>Spencer’s Mountain</i> as Revisionist Family Melodrama
- Chapter 7 Delmer Daves’ <i>3:10 to Yuma</i>: Aesthetics, Reception, and Cultural Significance
- Chapter 8 Changing Societies: <i>The Red House, The Hanging Tree, Spencer’s Mountain</i>, and Post-war America
- Chapter 9 Partial Rehabilitation: <i>Task Force</i> and the Case of Billy Mitchell
- Chapter 10 “This Is Where He Brought Me: 10,000 Acres of Nothing!”: The Femme Fatale and other Film Noir Tropes in Delmer Daves’ <i>Jubal</i>
- ReFocus: The Films of Delmer Daves
- Matthew Carter, Andrew Patrick Nelson
- Edinburgh University Press
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