- Stam, Robert, 1941-
- Raengo, Alessandra.
- Literature and motion pictures.
- Film adaptations -- History and criticism.
- Blackwell companions in cultural studies 7
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Preface1. Novels, Films, and the Word/Image Wars: Kamilla Elliott (University of California at Berkeley)2. Sacred Word, Profane Image: Theologies Of Adaptation: Ella Shohat (New York University)3. Gospel Truth? From Cecil B. DeMille to Nicholas Ray: Pamela Grace (New York University)4. Transecriture and Narrative Mediatics: The Stakes of Intermediality: Andre Gaudreault (University of Montreal) and Philippe Marion5. The Look: From Film to Novel: An Essay in Comparative Narratology: Francois Jost (Sorbonne)6. Adaptation and Mis-adaptations: Film, Literature, and Social Discourses: Francesco Casetti (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart)7. The Invisible Novelty: Film Adaptations in the 1910s: Yuri Tsivian (University of Chicago)8. Italy and America: Pinocchio's First Cinematic Trip: Raffaele De Berti (University of Milan)9. The Intertextuality of Early Cinema: A Prologue to Fantomas: Tom Gunning (University of Chicago)10. Cosmopolitan Projections: World Literature on Chinese Screens: Zhang Zhen (New York University)11. The Rhetoric of Interruption: Allen Weiss (New York University)12. Visualizing The Voice: Joyce, Cinema And The Politics Of Vision: Luke Gibbons (University of Notre Dame)13. Adapting Cinema to History: a Revolution in the Making: Dudley Andrew (Yale University)14. Photographic Verismo, Cinematic Adaptation, and the Staging of a Neorealist Landscape: Noa Steimatsky (Yale University)15. The Devil's Parody: Horace McCoy's Appropriation and Refiguration of Two Hollywood Musicals: Charles Musser (Yale University)16. The Sociological Turn of Adaptation Studies: The Example of Film Noir: R. Barton Palmer (Clemson University)17. Adapting Farewell, My Lovely: William Luhr (Columbia University)18. Daphne du Maurier and Alfred Hitchcock: Richard Allen (New York University)19. Running Time: The Chronotope of The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner: Peter Hitchcock (Baruch College, CUNY)20. From Libertinage to Eric Rohmer: Transcending.
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