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Anatomy of a metaphor
John M. Ganim

noteworthy is a monograph on Murnau by Eric Rohmer. 35 Rohmer, after all, views issues of guilt and personal salvation in ways that are substantially different from the views embodied in the Faust legend. It is tempting to regard the sunlit, almost miniaturised Perceval le Gallois (1978) as a reversal of Faust , purging the themes of temptation and salvation from their Gothic, ‘ noir ’ associations

in Medieval film