On Gyorgi Palfi’s Taxidermia

Just out from Wiley-Blackwell: A Companion to Eastern European Cinemas, edited by Aniko Imre. However, the book for the moment is hardcover only, at the ludcrious price of $175.13 (this is the Amazon price, a bit less than the official list price of $199.95). My own contribution to this anthology is “Body Horror and Post-Socialist Cinema: Gyorgy Palfi’s Taxidermia.” It is an expanded and vastly improved version of the article, which initially appeared in the open access journal Film-Philosophy. Since the book is so expensive, I have made the revised/expanded version of the article available here.

One Response to “On Gyorgi Palfi’s Taxidermia”

  1. […] Shaviro’s good-on-him reaction to the “ludicrous” cost of the book publishing his close, socioeconomic reading of György Pál?’s body-horror satire Taxidermia is to make […]

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