Summary:Narrative and Narration
Summary:Narrative and narration
AndyWarhol`s memoir: "POPism: The Warhol Sixties"
Insharp contrast to paintings produced by Andy Warhol, his literarywork titled Andy Warhol`s memoir: "POPism: The Warhol Sixties"is not flat. Indeed it presents a period in Andy Warhol career thatwas both quite productive and full of creative insights. As describedin the Harcourt publication, Warhol, A & Hackett, P. (2006).POPism:The Warhol Sixties.,the book offers insights as to what entailed the society. The bookoffers description of how there were disparities in the society whichcapitalist enterprises such as Coca Cola sought to make even withproducts of the same quality available to all at an affordable price. Singh, (2007) in his review of POPism:The Warhol Sixtiesalso discusses the contrasts prevalent in society at the time. Assuch, POPism provided the candid surface of the American societyhiding beneath the real issues of the American society’sunderbelly.
Thisfilm by Anderson (1999) gives a sad account of the life and times ofthe socially immoral neighbourhoods of Los Angeles California. Thefilm’s narrative describes the moral decadence prevalence in LA aspeople aim to become financially stable through wicked means whichtend to catch up with them later in life and cause them a lot ofpsychological, emotional and physical hurt. Reviewer Revill (1999),provides, all the characters in these film tend towards seekingforgiveness from each other as they come to terms there is more tolife than money and social status. They seek to be at peace withthemselves as well as with others. Maslin (1999), also describes howtwists of fate as well as coincidence make society hardenedcharacters shed their outer skin to reveal the humanely sensitiveinner entities seeking peace with the rest of society.
Schlesinger`sfilm: "Midnight Cowboy" (1969)
Thisfilm produced by Schlesinger (1969) tells a tale of two destituteindividuals, one a native and the other a new comer to the sociallydeprived parts of New York. Later in the movie, one sees that theyneed each other’s immoral skills to get to survive in the harshneighbourhoods of New York. Rasto feels he desires company from Joe,while Joe in turn needs the skills and knowledge Rasto has withregard to living in destitute areas of the city. As Columb (2011)provides, both characters seek to begin a new life, a life that issocially upright, and one that does not include stealing, conning orsexual favours and as such live positively. Filmsite.org offers atext describing the dialogue between characters in this film.