Woody Allen Essays
Humankind’s Drive to Find Meaning: Dostoevsky, Camus, and Woody Allen 12th Grade
Crimes and Misdemeanors
In absurdist fiction, authors and writers focus on characters who investigate the meaning of human existence in order to call into question existential notions. Some writers may utilize character’s confrontation with absurdism to either reject or...
Location as Identity in "Annie Hall"
Through intense visuality and the complex connections among various characters, Woody Allen in Annie Hall suggests an inextricable connection between geographical location and identity in terms of class, religion, politics, and interpersonal...
Alvy’s First Session: Annie Hall’s First Scene and Its Relation to Bergman College
Alvy’s First Session: Annie Hall’s First Scene and Its Relation to Bergman
The influence of Ingmar Bergman, Woody Allen’s favorite filmmaker, can be seen in many of Allen’s later films, but his inspiration is also evident in 1977’s Annie Hall. In...