Jonathan Bowden (author)

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Bowden poses and answers five questions at length, discussing much more in the process.


Written during the Summer of 1992, Heat is in a question-and-answer format. Bowden poses and answers five questions, yet, as usual, the discussion is much broader, and covers an array of other topics, including, among others, Jack Henry Abbott and his book, In the Belly of the Beast; method acting; the David Mellor affair; Antonin Artaud’s ‘Theatre of Cruelty’ and Georges Bataille; the films Batman Returns and Universal Soldier; John Tyndall; the irrationalism and conspiracy theories of the radical Right; Left historical revisionism; the division between political and literary extremism; Oswald Mosley’s economic philosophy; and the evolution of Western imperialism since World War II.


Table of Contents:

Note on This Edition vii

Heat 1

Bibliography 73

Filmography 77

Index 79

Additional Information

Author Jonathan Bowden
Contributors No
Format Hardcover
Publisher The Palingenesis Project (Wermod and Wermod Publishing Group)
Edition Annotated
Date or Year of Publication / Release 2017
Pagination 98
ISBN 978-1-909606-19-7
Condition New

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