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The literature - film reader : issues of adaptation

Author: James Michael Welsh
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James Michael Welsh
ISBN: 0810859491 9780810859494
OCLC Number: 260028239
Description: XXVIII, 361 Seiten
Contents: It wasn't like that in the book / Brian McFarlane --
Literature vs. literacy / Thomas M. Leitch --
Adaptation studies and the history of ideas / Donald M. Whaley --
The future of adaptation studies / Sarah Cardwell --
The cold war's "undigested apple-dumpling" / Walter Metz --
Trying harder / David Kranz --
What is a shakespeare film, anyway? / James M. Welsh --
Returning to naples / Yong Li Lan --
Pop goes the shakespeare / Elsie Walker --
Reframing adaptation / Wendy Everett --
Sucking dracula / James M. Welsh --
Vertigo, novel and film / Peter Lev --
Heinlein, verhoeven, and the problem of the real / J.P. Telotte --
Literary hardball / Linda Cahir --
The oak / Odette Caufman-Blumenfeld --
Morality and politics in cinema's first the quiet american / Brian Neve --
All the quiet americans / Ken Pellow --
Camille claudel / Joan Lynch --
W. c. handy goes uptown / John C. Tibbetts --
Memoir and the limits of adaptation / Bill Mooney --
Getting it right: the alamo on film / Frank Thompson --
Plains' speaking / John C. Tibbetts --
Epilogue / Thomas M. Leitch --
The future of adaptation studies / Peter Lev.
Responsibility: ed. by James M. Welsh, Peter Lev.
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Welsh and Lev provide a pleasant mix....This reviewer cannot imagine a more accessible, representative overview of the study of screen adaptations. Highly recommended. * CHOICE * ...present[s] essays Read more...

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