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Wuthering Heights on Film and Television : a Journey Across Time and Cultures

Author: Valérie V Hazette
Publisher: 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Film adaptations
Television adaptations
Named Person: Charlotte Brontë; Charlotte Brontë; Charlotte Brontë; Charlotte Brontë; Emily Brontë
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Valérie V Hazette
ISBN: 9781783204922 1783204923
OCLC Number: 935434683
Description: xiv, 359 Seiten : Illustrationen
Contents: Table of Contents Foreword by Liz Jones Introduction Part I Contextualisation and Methodology A: Contextualisation of Emily Bronte's Novel Chapter 1: Myth, the Fantastic and Wuthering Heights Chapter 2: Emily Bronte and Her Local Sphere B: From the Novel's to the Films' Intertextuality Chapter 3: The Myth of Psyche and the Fairy Tale of Beauty and the Beast Chapter 4: Tristan and Iseult Chapter 5: Georges Bataille and the Literature of Evil Chart of the Mythical Components (MCs), BataillanThemes (BTs) and Planar/Gothic Figures C: Adapting the Adaptation Discourse to Our Corpus Chapter 6: Adaptation, Translation and the Unconscious of the TextThree Relevant F-Words: Fidelity, Foreignisation and FigureFlirting with the Dynamic Structures of the Imaginary:Gilbert DurandImprovised Chart of the Heroic, Mystical and Dramatic Structures Chapter 7: From Film Adaptation to Cultural TranslationAfter Babel: George SteinerAfter Babel and Wuthering Heights Part II The British Silent Era - Looking Back at a Lost Picture A: Wuthering Heights and the Written Evidence Chapter 8: Absence of Footage Chapter 9: Ideal's Programme - Adaptation seen as Cultural Practice Chapter 10: Ideal's Programme - Gazing at Wuthering Heights, the Film Chapter 11: Ideal's Programme - Gazing at Wuthering Heights, the Novel Chapter 12: Ideal's Programme - The Gender of the Author Chapter 13: Ideal's Programme - Fidelity through the Locations Chapter 14: Ideal's Synopsis - Melodrama and Pictorialism Chapter 15: Ideal's Synopsis - The 'Ephemera' of the Lively Arts B: Recomposition of Wuthering Heights: An Insight into the Hermeneutic of 'Incursion' Chapter 16: A Modern (Silent) Motion Picture Chapter 17: Wuthering Heights and Albert Victor Bramble Chapter 18: Wuthering Heights seen through the Bramble-Stannard Partnership and Mr. Gilfil's Love Story Chapter 19: Hitchcock's Hidden Collaborator, Eliot Stannard Chapter 20: Wuthering Heights (1920), Poetic Realism and Hitchcock-Stannard's The Manxman (1929) Part III The Heritage and Cross-Heritage Transformations A: From the Cinema Classics to the Televisual Transformations Chapter 21: L'Amour Fou (1933-1953) Chapter 22: L'Amour Mercenaire (1938-1939) Chapter 23: Audience Response in the UK (1939-1978): An Hermeneutic of 'Re-Appropriation'The BBC TeleplaysThe Lindsay Anderson's Film Project (1963-1965)The BBC2 Classic Serials B: The 'Period' Dramas and the 'Anti-Period' Dramas: Reflections on Cultural 'Accuracy' and Cultural 'Displacement' Chapter 24: The British Period Dramas - From One Generation to the Next, from Hollywood to ITV: Accuracy and Compensation Tilley-Fuest (1970)Interview with Patrick TilleyInterview with Bob FuestKosminsky-Devlin (1992) and Skynner-McKay (1998)Kosminsky-Devlin (1992)Interview with Peter KosminskySkynner-McKay (1998)Interview with David SkynnerBowker-Giedroyc (2009) Chapter 25: The Anti-Period Dramas in Britain and Abroad: Displacement and Compensation Wainwright-Sheppard (2002)Interview with Sally WainwrightRivette-Schiffman-Bonitzer (1985)Interview with Jacques RivetteYoshida-Bataille (1988)Interview with Philippe JacquierArnold-Hetreed (2011) Simplified Chart of the Dynamic Structures of Wuthering Heights
Responsibility: by Valérie V. Hazette.


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'Valerie V. Hazette's book provides the most thorough and detailed account we have of adaptations of Wuthering Heights for film and television over the course of nearly a century.' -- Janet Gezari, Read more...

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