“Literally, the director, who is regarded as the “author” of a film because he/she has primary control and responsibility for the final product. The Auteur theory insists that a film be considered in terms of the entire canon of a director and that each Auteur earns that title by displaying a unique cinematic style….” (Pennsylvania State University)
See: The Auteur Workshop
Caughie, John. Theories of Authorship. 1981.
“Cogito et Histoire de la Folie.” Jacques Derrida.
The Elements of Style. William Strunk.
Grant, Barry Keith. Auteurs & Authorship: Film Reader. 2008.
A Handbook to Literature. William Harmon.
Jeong, Seung-hoon and Jeremy Szaniawski. The Global Auteur: The Politics of Authorship 21st Century Cinema. Bloomsbury Publishing. 2016.
New Oxford American Dictionary. Edited by Angus Stevenson and Christine A. Lindberg.
The Norton Anthology of World Literature. Martin Puchner, et al.
The Norton Introduction to Philosophy. Gideon Rosen and Alex Byrne.
Sellors, C. Film Authorship: Auteurs & Other Myths. 2011.
Woe is I: The Grammarphobe’s Guide to Better English in Plain English. Patricia T. O’Conner
Writing Fiction: A Guide to Narrative Craft. Janet Burroway, Elizabeth Stuckey-French & Ned Stuckey-French.
Writing the Other. Nisi Shawl and Cynthia Ward.