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Downton Abbey Script Book Season 2

Author: Julian Fellowes
Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks
ISBN: 9780062241351
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The full scripts of award-winning Downton Abbey, season two including previously unseen commentary from Julian Fellowes Opening in 1916, as the First World War rages across Europe, Season Two is the next dramatic installment of the much-loved, award-winning drama. The Crawley family and their servants play their parts on the front line and back at home as their lives are intensified by the strains of war. The shooting scripts give a fascinating view of how Julian Fellowes weaves his storylines of love, loss, and betrayal to captivate the audience. With key insights into the research and creative processes, this will appeal to fans and students alike.

Downton Abbey Script Book Season 3

Author: Julian Fellowes
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062241389
Size: 52.58 MB
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Engross yourself in Julian Fellowes’ multi-award winning drama with the full script of Season Three, which includes previously unseen dialogue and drama as well as two 8-page color photo inserts. Downton Abbey fever is stronger than ever! The most successful British drama of our time continues to captivate viewers with its riveting storylines, stunning costumes, and unforgettable performances by its cast. With Downton Abbey’s script from Season Three—which was the most dramatic yet—fans can go behind-the-scenes to learn all of the secrets. Offering readers the opportunity to read the work in more detail and study the characters, pace and themes in depth, the scripts include an introduction, exclusive commentary, full color photos, and additional material from Julian Fellowes. Readers will be given invaluable insight into how Fellowes researched and crafted the amazing world of Downton Abbey. A must for lovers of Downtown Abbey, the scripts will enhance viewers’ experience with the award-winning show that continues to enchant its audience.

Downton Abbey Script Book Season 1

Author: Julian Fellowes
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062238329
Size: 15.71 MB
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The most successful British television drama of our time, the multi-award-winning Downton Abbey has become a national phenomenon in the U.S. as well. Created by Julian Fellowes—who received an Academy Award for his screenplay for the acclaimed Robert Altman motion picture, Gosford Park—Downton Abbey features stellar performances, ravishing sets and costumes, and, most importantly, absolutely riveting plots. Now the scripts for the entire first season have been collected in one volume, along with never before seen material, incisive commentary, and color photos that will completely immerse fans in the world of Downton Abbey.

Downton Abbey Series 4 Scripts Official

Author: Julian Fellowes
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780007525195
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Immerse yourself in Julian Fellowes' multi-award-winning drama. The full scripts of Series Four include previously unseen dialogue and drama. Downton Abbey has become a national phenomenon and the most successful British drama of our time. Created by Oscar-winning writer Julian Fellowes, the first series delighted viewers and reviewers alike with stellar performances, ravishing costumes and a gripping plot. Set in a grand country house during the late Edwardian era, the fourth series of Downton Abbey finds Lady Mary mourning her husband Matthew. The Series 4 scripts give readers the opportunity to read the work in more detail and study the characters, pace and themes in depth. With an introduction and commentary from Julian Fellowes, this is an invaluable insight into how he researched and crafted the world of Downton Abbey.

Downton Abbey And Philosophy

Author: Adam Barkman
Publisher: Open Court
ISBN: 0812699122
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In Downton Abbey and Philosophy, twenty-two professional thinkers uncover the deeper significance of this hugely popular TV saga. Millions of viewers throughout the world have been enthralled by this enactment of a vanished world of decorum and propriety, because it presents us with emotional and interpersonal problems that remain urgent for people in the twenty-first century. Why do we attach such importance to our memories and to particular places? What do war and epidemics tell us about life in peacetime and in good health? Is it healthy or harmful for people to feel that they know their place? What does Downton Abbey teach us about the changes in women’s roles since 1912? Do good manners always agree with good morals? How can everybody know what no one will talk about? What’s the justification for a class of people who pride themselves on not having a job? Should we sometimes just accept the reality of social barriers to love, and abandon the pursuit? What happens when community reinforces oppression? All of these and many other issues are discussed through a detailed examination of the actual characters and situations in Downton Abbey.

Downton Abbey

Author: Julian Fellowes
Publisher: Collins
ISBN: 9780007487394
Size: 65.61 MB
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Downton Abbey has become a national phenomenon and the most successful British drama of our time. Created by Oscar-winning writer Julian Fellowes, the first series delighted viewers and reviewers alike with stellar performances, ravishing sets and costumes but above all with a gripping plot.

Conflicting Masculinities

Author: Katherine Byrne
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1838608176
Size: 45.49 MB
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Never before has period drama offered viewers such an assortment of complex male characters, from transported felons and syphilitic detectives to shell shocked soldiers and gangland criminals. Neo-Victorian Gothic fictions like Penny Dreadful represent masculinity at its darkest, Poldark and Outlander have refashioned the romantic hero and anti-heritage series like Peaky Blinders portray masculinity in crisis, at moments when the patriarchy was being bombarded by forces like World War I, the rise of first wave feminism and the breakdown of Empire. Scholars of film, media, literature and history explore the very different types of maleness offered by contemporary television and show how the intersection of class, race, history and masculinity in period dramas has come to hold such broad appeal to twenty-first-century audiences.

Exploring Downton Abbey

Author: Scott F. Stoddart
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476632200
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 The BBC television series Downton Abbey (2010–2016), highly rated in the UK, achieved cult status among American viewers, harking back to the days when serial dramas ruled the airwaves. The show’s finale was one of the most watched in all of television history. This collection of new essays by British and American contributors explores how a series about life in an early 20th century English manor home resonated with American audiences. Topics include the role of the house in literature and film, the changing roles of women and the servant class, the influence of jazz and fashion, and attitudes regarding education and the class system.

Life Downton Abbey

Author: Editors of LIFE
Publisher: Time Inc. Books
ISBN: 1618934503
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LIFE goes upstairs, downstairs, and into every fascinating historical nook and cranny of America’s favorite British TV mansion—and Highclere Castle, the storied 17th century stately home where the series is filmed. Magnificent photography and gripping stories make this a must-have read for the show’s millions of fans.

Find out more about: * The illegitimate daughter of a Rothschild whose marriage to the Fifth Earl of Carnarvon kept Highclere in the family. * Highclere’s connection to the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb, the sudden death of an Earl, and the first rumors of a famous curse. * World War I, as it was depicted in Downton Abbey—and as it really unfolded on the home front.