Screen Adaptation: Impure Cinema
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BeschreibungAdaptation studies has historically been neglected in both the English and Film Studies curricula. Reflecting on this, Screen Adaptation celebrates its emergence in the late 20th and 21st centuries and explores the varieties of methodologies and debates within the field. Drawing on approaches from genre studies to transtexuality to cultural materialism, the book examines adaptations of both popular and canonical writers, including William Shakespeare, Jane Austen and J.K.Rowling. Original and provocative, this book will spark new thinking and research in the field of adaptation studies. Mapping the way in which this exciting field has emerged and shifted over the last two decades, the book is also essential reading for students of English Literature and Film.
InhaltsverzeichnisIntroduction.- Adaptations: Theories, Interpretations and the New Dilemmas.- Film on Literature: Film as the New Shakespeare.- Literature on Film: Writers on Adaptations in the Early Twentieth Century.- Authorial Suicide: Adaptation as Appropriation in Peter Pan.- Beyond Fidelity: Transtextual Approaches.- Generic Adaptations: Genre, Hollywood, Shakespeare, Austen.- A Simple Twist? The Gentrification of Nineteenth Century Fiction.- Les Liaisons Dangereuses: Letters on Screen.- Conclusion: Impure Cinema Another Apology for Adaptations.- Bibliography.- Filmography.
PortraitDeborah Cartmell is Professor of English and Director of the Centre for Adaptations at De Montfort University, UK. A former chair and founding member of the Association of Adaptation Studies, she is co-editor of two international journals - Shakespeare, and Adaptation. Her recent publications include Screen Adaptation: Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice (2010) and, with Imelda Whelehan, Screen Adaptation: Impure Cinema (2010)
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2010
Seitenanzahl: 161 Seiten