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Janet Harbord

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    Dedication

    for June Emily Harbord

    Acknowledgements

    As with most works, this book is the product of advice, criticism and encouragement from many people at different moments and in different places.

    First, I would like to acknowledge with gratitude the invaluable support of a friend and colleague, Jan Campbell, for many conversations, discussions and debates that have helped shape this work, and for insightful comments on the whole manuscript.

    I'd like to thank the following people for contributions of various kinds: Helen Cunningham, Alan Durant, Juliet Gardner, Jane Giles, Gary Hall, Stuart Hansen, Geof Hemstedt, Lucy Kimbell, Roshi Naidoo, Lawrence Normand, Jonathan Rutherford, Nelly Voorhuis. For conversations that went on late into the night, Lynda Dyson, Rachel Malik and Sylvia Shaw. Also my ‘new'colleagues at Goldsmiths, and in particular Richard Smith who provided invaluable research support in the final stages of the writing of the book.

    Finally, I want to thank Sarah Turner for challenging my taste in film and commenting on drafts of chapters. Also for countless conversations about the writing process and encouraging the use of the three-act structure in an academic text. I'm not sure that I ever got there, but the debates were none the less inspirational.

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