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You can go home again : the focus on family in the works of Horton Foote

Author: Rebecca Luttrell Briley
Publisher: New York : P. Lang, ©1993.
Series: American university studies., Series XXIV,, American literature ;, vol. 45.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Briley, Rebecca Luttrell, 1956-
You can go home again.
New York : P. Lang, ©1993
(OCoLC)606022201
Named Person: Horton Foote; Horton Foote; Horton Foote; Horton Foote
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rebecca Luttrell Briley
ISBN: 0820420042 9780820420042
OCLC Number: 27172323
Description: 205 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Horton Foote: an introduction --
"Always doing Texas": the early plays --
Adapting for a living: Part I: Foote-prints in Faulkner films: adaptations of "Old Man", "Tomorrow," and "Barn Burning" --
Part II: Climbing into another writer's skin: adapting To Kill a Mockingbird --
Part III: "Getting into the nature of adapting": other adaptations for Hollywood and television --
"A voice of his own": the original screenplays. Part I: "The Traveling Lady" and Baby the Rain Must Fall --
Part II: The Chase: three genres in one --
The Tender Mercies of independent film making --
Part IV: The successful trip[s] to Bountiful --
The final homecoming: The Orphans' Home Cycle --
The later one-acts: A Darker Vision --
The final assessment.
Series Title: American university studies., Series XXIV,, American literature ;, vol. 45.
Responsibility: Rebecca Luttrell Briley.

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