In this clean exploration, Caryl Flinn foregrounds the film's iconic musical numbers, arguing for his or her relevant position within the film's durability and mass charm. Stressing the original emotional bond audiences identify with The Sound of Music, Flinn lines the film's prehistories, its position among the tumultuous political, social and cultural occasions of the Sixties, and its lively afterlife between lovers round the world.
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