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"D. N. Rodowick . . . has aimed for a tightly organized and intensively explicated study of Deleuze's cinema theory. He has managed admirably to balance a fidelity to Deleuze's ideas with a clarity of presentation that is at times astonishing, given the notable untidiness of Deleuze's argumentation in the Cinema volumes. . . . Rodowick has done Deleuze's readers a genuine service in sharpening the image of thought which Deleuze sought to draw from the cinema and thus intensifying its potential impact on future discussions of the medium." * Textual Practice * "Gilles Deleuze's Time Machine is a significant contribution to those who wish to study Deleuze's cinema volumes. As an informative and creative engagement of Deleuze's work, it provides a fertile ground that is capable of generating more work with these texts." -- Darlene Pursley * SubStance * "Deleuze is now coming to be seen in the anglophone world for what the French have long known him to be-someone who is perhaps the most productive and important philosophical thinker of this century. And Rodowick has a flair for making genuinely illuminating connections between Deleuze's cinema books and his other works."- Kenneth Surin, Duke University "Anglo-American critics have not yet begun to plumb the riches of Deleuze's investigation into cinema, and David Rodowick, well versed in philosophy and cinema studies, is the perfect person to bring these important works into focus for the American critical establishment. This book will become a standard work for anyone who wants to learn about Deleuze on cinema and about Deleuze more generally."-Dana Polan, University of Pittsburgh
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