Jean Renoir bibliography

A list of books and essays by or about Jean Renoir:

  • Bazin, André (1992). Jean Renoir. Lightning Source Incorporated. ISBN . 
  • Bergan, Ronald (1995). Jean Renoir: Projections of Paradise. Overlook Press. ISBN . 
  • Bertin, Célia (1 April 1991). Jean Renoir. Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN . 
  • Cardullo, Bert (2005). Jean Renoir: Interviews. Univ. Press of Mississippi. ISBN . 
  • Durgnat, Raymond (1 January 1974). Jean Renoir. University of California Press. p. 368. ISBN . 
  • Faulkner, Christopher (1979). Jean Renoir, a guide to references and resources. G. K. Hall. ISBN . 
  • Gharib, Simin (1979). Art/nature, theater/life: a study of Jean Renoir's realism. Case Western Reserve University. 
  • Gilliatt, Penelope; Renoir, Jean (January 1975). Jean Renoir: essays, conversations, and reviews. McGraw-Hill. 
  • Glasberg, Roxanne (1973). A Critical Analysis of Jean Renoir's Boudu Sauvé Des Eaux and Le Crime de Monsieur Lange. University of Wisconsin--Madison. 
  • Leprohon, Pierre (1971). Jean Renoir. Seghers. 
  • Phillips, Alastair; Vincendeau, Ginette (4 June 2013). A Companion to Jean Renoir. Wiley. ISBN . 
  • Phillips, Donald T (5 July 2010). The Hidden Renoir. Donald T Phillips. p. 100. ISBN . 
  • Renoir, Jean (1989). Renoir on Renoir: Interviews, Essays, and Remarks. CUP Archive. ISBN . 
  • Renoir, Jean (2001). Renoir, My Father. New York Review Books. ISBN . 
  • O'Shaughnessy, Martin (20 October 2000). Jean Renoir. Manchester University Press. ISBN . 
  • Sesonske, Alexander (1980). Jean Renoir, the French films, 1924-1939. Harvard University Press. ISBN . 
  • Spaak, Charles; Renoir, Jean (1968). La grande illusion: a film. Lorrimer Publishing, Ltd. 
  • Vitanza, Elizabeth Ann (2007). Rewriting the Rules of the Game: Jean Renoir in America, 1941--1947. ProQuest. p. 24. ISBN . 
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