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A breath of fresh Eyre : intertextual and intermedial reworkings of Jane Eyre

Author: Margarete Rubik; Elke Mettinger-Schartmann
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2007.
Series: Internationale Forschungen zur allgemeinen und vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft, 111.
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Ever since its publication in 1847, "Jane Eyre", one of the popular English novels of all time - has fascinated scholars and a wide reading public alike. This book offers a collection of reworkings  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Adaptations
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Breath of fresh Eyre.
Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2007
(OCoLC)609112153
Named Person: Charlotte Brontë; Charlotte Brontë; Charlotte Brontë
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Margarete Rubik; Elke Mettinger-Schartmann
ISBN: 9789042022126 9042022124
OCLC Number: 144615405
Description: 418 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Table of Contents Margarete RUBIK and Elke METTINGER-SCHARTMANN: Introduction <I>Prologue: A General Survey</I> Barbara SCHAFF: The Strange After-Lives of <I>Jane Eyre</I> <I>Part I: Novel Adaptations</I> Barbara ARIZTI: The Future That Has Happened: Narrative Freedom and <I>Deja lu</I> in Jean Rhys's <I>Wide Sargasso Sea</I> Thomas LOE: Landscape and Character in <I>Jane Eyre</I> and <I>Wide Sargasso Sea</I> Wolfgang G. MULLER: The Intertextual Status of Jean Rhys's <I>Wide Sargasso Sea</I>: Dependence on a Victorian Classic and Independence as a Post-Colonial Novel Ines DETMERS: 'The Second Mrs. Rochesters': Telling Untold Stories of Jane Eyre's (Im-)Possible Married Lives Sue THOMAS: Pathologies of Sexuality, Empire and Slavery: D.M. Thomas's <I>Charlotte</I> Maggie TONKIN: Bronte Badland: <I>Jane Eyre</I> Reconfigured as Colonial Gothic in Mardi McConnochie's <I>Coldwater</I> Ursula KLUWICK: Jane's Angry Daughters: Anger in Anita Brookner's <I>Hotel du Lac</I>, Margaret Drabble's <I>The Waterfall</I>, Bharati Mukherjee's <I>Jasmine</I> and Jamaica Kincaid's <I>Lucy</I> Jurgen WEHRMANN: <I>Jane Eyre</I> in Outer Space: Victorian Motifs in Post-Feminist Science Fiction Margarete RUBIK: Invasions into Literary Texts, Re-plotting and Trans-fictional Migration in Jasper Fforde's <I>The Eyre Affair</I> Mark BERNINGER and Katrin THOMAS: A Parallelquel of a Classic Text and Reification of the Fictional - the Playful Parody of <I>Jane Eyre</I> in Jasper Fforde's <I>The Eyre Affair</I> Juliette WELLS: An Eyre-Less Affair? Jasper Fforde's Seeming Elision of Jane Verena-Susanna NUNGESSER: <I>From Thornfield Hall to Manderley and Beyond</I>: Jane Eyre <I>and</I> Rebecca <I>as Transformations of the Fairy Tale, the Novel of Development, and the Gothic Novel</I> <I>Part II: Visual Adaptations - Film and other Pictorial Media</I> Sarah WOOTTON: "Picturing in me a hero of romance": The Legacy of <I>Jane Eyre</I>'s Byronic Hero Carol M. DOLE: Children in the <I>Jane Eyre</I> Films Marla HARRIS: Reader, She Married Him: Abridging and Adapting <I>Jane Eyre</I> for Children and Young Adults Norbert BACHLEITNER: <I>Jane Eyre</I> for Young Readers: Three Illustrated Adaptations Michaela BRAESEL: <I>Jane Eyre</I> Illustrated Aline FERREIRA: Paula Rego's Visual Adaptations of <I>Jane Eyre</I> <I>Part III: Stage Adaptations - Opera and Drama</I> Walter BERNHART: Myth-making Opera: David Malouf and Michael Berkeley's <I>Jane Eyre</I> Bruno LESSARD: The Madwoman in the Classic: Intermediality, Female Subjectivity, and Dance in Michael Berkeley's <I>Jane Eyre</I> Jarmila MILDORF: Mad Intertextuality: <I>Jane Eyre, Wide Sargasso Sea, After Mrs Rochester</I> Kathleen STARCK: "From a Land of Hot Rain and Hurricanes" - Polly Teale's Stage Adaptation of <I>Jane Eyre</I> Elke METTINGER-SCHARTMANN: John Brougham's Stage Adaptation of <I>Jane Eyre</I> - a Marxist Reading of Bronte's Novel? Rainer EMIG: Blasting Jane: <I>Jane Eyre</I> as an Intertext of Sarah Kane's <I>Blasted</I> <I>Epilogue: A Dramatiser's Point-of-View</I> Michelene WANDOR: Reader: Who Wrote You? An Autocritical Exercise upon <I>Jane Eyre</I> Notes on Contributors
Series Title: Internationale Forschungen zur allgemeinen und vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft, 111.
Responsibility: edited by Margarete Rubik, Elke Mettinger-Schartmann.

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