Johnson's essays appear during the 1750s in various similar publications.
Méliès made a short film (The Coronation of Edward VII (1902)) about the 1902 coronation of King Edward VII, which mixes actual footage with shots of a recreation of the event.
These are often published online on video hosting services. David Winks Gray's article "The essay film in action" states that the "essay film became an identifiable form of filmmaking in the 1950s and '60s".
Orson Welles made an essay film in his own pioneering style, released in 1974, called F for Fake, which dealt specifically with art forger Elmyr de Hory and with the themes of deception, "fakery," and authenticity in general.
London, Tantivy Press, 1975. This contains a detailed critical survey, primarily of British essayists. Lopate, Phillip.
of Minnesota Press, 1987. D'Agata, John (Editor), The Lost Origins of the Essay.
New York: NYU Press, 1991]. Bensmaïa, Reda.
Edited by Charles Warren, Wesleyan University Press, 1998.
Adorno, The Adorno Reader, Blackwell Publishers 2000. Beaujour, Michel.
St Paul: Graywolf Press, 2009. Giamatti, Louis.
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