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Abstract Many screen and stage adaptations of the classics are informed by a philosophical investment in literature’s reparative merit, a preconceived notion that performing the canon can make one a better person. Inspirational narratives, in particular, have instrumentalized the canon to serve...
Intercultural Screen Adaptation: British and Global Case Studies is an exciting new contribution to the discourse of adaptation studies, bringing together scholars from many different geographical locations to examine the process and product of adaptation (Hutcheon) at the junctures of culture,...
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