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Harper Lee's to kill a mockingbird : the relationship between text and film

Author: R Barton Palmer
Publisher: London : Methuen Drama, 2008.
Series: Screen adaptations.
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"This book, by a leading literary and film scholar, shines light on the complex adaptation process that brought Lee's work to the commercial screen. R. Barton Palmer deftly places Mockingbird within both its fictional setting - a 1930s Southern town marked deeply by racial injustice - and the postwar Civil Rights era that saw the novel and film emerge to such popularity. Palmer demonstrates, with learning and  Read more...
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Palmer, R. Barton, 1946-
Harper Lee's to kill a mockingbird.
London : Methuen Drama, 2008
(OCoLC)608082515
Named Person: Harper Lee; Harper Lee; Harper Lee
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R Barton Palmer
ISBN: 9780713679113 0713679115
OCLC Number: 181069093
Description: x, 262 p. ; 20 cm.
Series Title: Screen adaptations.
Responsibility: R. Barton Palmer.

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A close study of the relationship between text and film versions of To Kill a Mocking Bird. Literature and film studies students will find plenty of material to support their courses and essay  Read more...

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"I recommend the book as an inspiring read not only for film buffs but for anyone reading or teaching the novel, regardless of educational level." Southwest Journal of Cultures (May 2009)

 
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