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This essay argues that the now orthodox negative response within adaptation studies to the concept of fidelity needs more thought, particularly when applied to non-Hollywood cinemas, like the French New Wave, in which questions of literary value were central to contemporary debates surrounding...
Sociological approaches to adaptation tend to forsake the kind of comparative textual analysis that long defined the field of adaptation study in favour of attention to the industrial frameworks in which adaptations come to be. This essay argues that comparative textual analysis actually plays a...
As a consequence of the accelerating technological development and the impact of cultural globalisation, the transnational aspects of the process of adaptation have become increasingly crucial in recent years. To go back to the very beginnings of the twentieth century and research the historical...
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s (MGM’s) 1940 version of Pride and Prejudice moves the film’s action forward in time from the 1790s (the decade in which Austen wrote the novel) or the 1810s (the decade in which the novel was published) to the 1830s/-40s. This time switch reflects the multiauthorship in...
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