“The structure of God Father”

  • Simon, William. “An Analysis Of The Structure Of The Godfather, Part One.” Studies In The Literary Imagination 16.1 (1983): 75. Art & Architecture Complete. Web. 4 Mar. 2014.
  • The article is about the structure of the God father movie and analyzed the movie’s cultural meaning who it published. As it said many movies about violence was produced during that time. The movie revealed the American society in 1950 s and “The Mafia could be a metaphor for America.” It analyzed how each plot could be significant and cultural context of the movie. Kay in the movie is acted like an American who barely know and could fit into Italian or mafia culture. While the Don Corleone family is like introduced species who rooted in America.
  • The article provided the typical scenes that could be related to American culture and the deep significance of the movie. It also help to understand how the perspective of the movie character and their action could be significant. I will use this article’s analysis when I related the movie with the themes of that time.

2 thoughts on ““The structure of God Father”

  1. I think that all of your posts are pretty good. You not only provide a summary of what you found, you also provide how you are going to use it. However, I would suggest that you focus a little less on the summary and a bit more on the analysis, since that’s really what you are going to be using in your paper.

  2. From what I can gather this is a very good analysis, it seems that it covers a wide range of topics showing how the movie can be interpreted and how it can relate to an audience. I think that if you’re going to use this to explain how the movie creates significance for the movie character, then this is a good pick!

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