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Bould, M., Glitre, K. and Tuck, G. e. (2009) Neo-noir. London: Wallflower. ISBN 978-1906660178 Available from:

Bould, M., Glitre, K. and Tuck, G. (2009) Parallax views: An introduction. In: Bould, M., Glitre, K. and Tuck, G., eds. (2009) Neo-noir. London: Wallflower Press, pp. 1-10. ISBN 9781906660178 Available from:

Bould, M. and Vint, S. (2009) The thin men: anorexic subjectivity in Fight Club and The Machinist. In: Bould, M., Glitre, K. and Tuck, G., eds. (2009) Neo-noir. Wallflower, pp. 221-239. ISBN 978-1-906660-17-8 Available from:


Glitre, K. (2012) Cary Grant: Acting style and genre in classical Hollywood cinema. In: Sternagel, J., Levitt, D. and Mersch, D., eds. (2012) Acting in Moving-Image Culture: Bodies, Screens, and Renderings. Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript Verlag. ISBN 9783837616484 Available from:

Glitre, K. (2011) Nancy Meyers and 'popular feminism'. In: Waters, M., ed. (2011) Women on Screen: Feminism and Femininity in Visual Culture. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 17-30. ISBN 9780230229655 Available from:

Glitre, K. (2010) Conspicuous consumption: The spectacle of widescreen comedy in the Populuxe era. In: Belton, J., Hall, S. and Neale, S., eds. (2010) Widescreen Worldwide. John Libbey Publishing, pp. 133-143. ISBN 978-0861966943 Available from:

Glitre, K. (2009) Under the neon rainbow: Colour and neo-noir. In: Bould, M., Glitre, K. and Tuck, G., eds. (2009) Neo-noir. London: Wallflower, pp. 11-27. ISBN 9781906660178 Available from:

Glitre, K. (2007) Un/true love: Simulating authenticity in contemporary romantic comedy. In: McDonald, T. J. and Wells, E., eds. (2007) Realities and Remediations: The Limits of Representation. Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 76-88. ISBN 9781847181923 Available from:

Glitre, K. (2006) Hollywood romantic comedy: States of the Union, 1934-65. Manchester University Press, pp. 536-43. ISBN 9780719070792 Available from:

Glitre, K. (2001) The same, but different: The awful truth about marriage, remarriage and screwball comedy. CineAction, 54. pp. 2-11. ISSN 0826-9866 Available from:


Tuck, G. (2009) Laughter in the dark: Irony, black comedy and 'noir' in David Lynch, the Cohen Brothers and Quentin Tarantino. In: Bould, M., Glitre, K. and Tuck, G., eds. (2009) Neo-Noir. London: Wallflower, pp. 153-168. ISBN 978-1906660178 Available from:

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