Ronald S. Librach
Ron Librach is the co-author of Wadsworth History of Film. 
Jun 01 1986
A Portrait of the Artist as a Neurotic: Studies in Interior Distancing in the Films of Woody Allen
Woody Allen;s singularity as an important filmmaker results largely from his unique approach to philosophical problems. The New Yorker pieces, for example, are frequently devoted to reducing classic philospohic profundities to nonsensical, jargon-riden aphorisms.
Sep 01 1982
Sounding the Past: A Discussion wiht Cleanth Brooks
In the spring of 1982, under the auspices of the Paul Anthony Brick Lecture Committee, we were able to interview Professor Brooks. Much to our delight, what began as a highly formal occasion — with tapes and microphones strategically placed chairs — swiftly developed into a relaed and far-ranging discussion of matters launched by the topic of his three lectures: the contemporary state of literary criticism.