The Snapper

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From the bucolic chills of established classics like Night of the Demon (1957) and The Devil Rides Out (1967) via less familiar titles like The Beast in the Cellar (1970) and The Beast Must Die (1974) to the modern waterside terror of Eden Lake (2008). Artists associated with this movement were Yorkshireman David Hockney and the American R B Kitaj, as well as European artists like Samuel Buri, Olivier O Olivier, Christian Zeimert, Michel Parre and Sam Szafran. Przedlacka studied the sociophonetics of what she calls "a putative variety of Southern British English, popularly known as Estuary English."

Pages: 226

Publisher: Vintage Digital; New Ed edition (December 29, 2008)

ISBN: B0031RS69Q

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