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Barry Lyndon Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Barry Lyndon.

  • 8 Literature Criticism

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Essays & Analysis (8)

191 words, approx. 1 pages
Critical Essay by John Simon Barry Lyndon is a curious choice for Kubrick, who has become more and more estranged from the taste and smell of human experience…. [Watching] the movie is like loo... Read more
484 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by Stanley Kauffmann Barry Lyndon very nearly accommodates Zeno's paradox of motion: it seems to remain—at least for long periods—in one place while actually it is ... Read more
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Critical Essay by Harold Rosenberg The movies could make their maximum contribution to culture by following the lead of Stanley Kubrick's unread literature. (p. 1) But Kubrick's "... Read more
999 words, approx. 4 pages
Critical Essay by Hans Feldmann In Barry Lyndon, Kubrick is making a significant statement about his age. In fact, along with 2001 and A Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon completes a trilogy on the moral... Read more
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Critical Essay by Gene Youngblood I think Barry Lyndon is the most intelligent, most amazing, most radical movie Stanley Kubrick has made—which is to say it's among the great achievement... Read more
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Critical Essay by Alan Spiegel The events in Barry Lyndon, while dramatic in themselves, are not presented in the form of a drama, but rather in the form of a spectacle for the senses. A beguilement o... Read more
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In the following essay, Klein elucidates the unique nature of Kubrick's modernist perspective, as evinced through his film Barry Lyndon. Even inept films sometimes carry with them a certain mes... Read more
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In the following essay, Stephenson deems Barry Lyndon “an experiment in cinematic form” because of the realistic way Kubrick perceives and portrays history. Stanley Kubrick's film... Read more
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