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Adaptation and Fidelity  

David T. Johnson

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May 2017
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Apr 2017
Subject:
Literature, Film
Chapter 5 is an introduction to one of the most contentious concepts in adaptation studies: fidelity, or the idea that a given aesthetic object—traditionally, in adaptation studies, a ... More

Adaptation and History  

Defne Ursin Tutan

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May 2017
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Apr 2017
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Literature, Film
Chapter 33 argues that all historical representations are radically adaptive and that the ways in which they are conceived and perceived tell us more about the present than about the past ... More

Adaptation and Illustration: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach  

Kate Newell

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May 2017
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Apr 2017
Subject:
Literature, Film
Illustrations in illustrated editions are rarely theorized as adaptations in the field of adaptation studies. Chapter 27 attempts to redress that oversight by examining the disciplinary ... More

Adaptation and Interactivity  

Kyle Meikle

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May 2017
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Apr 2017
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Literature, Film
In recent years, the novel/film debate of adaptation studies yore has given way to another binary between old media and new, one in which adaptation scholars posit apps and videogames as ... More

Adaptation and Intermediality  

Lars Elleström

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May 2017
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Apr 2017
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Literature, Film
Chapter 29 investigates the relation between adaptation and intermediality and makes the case that adaptation studies would profit from a broad intermedial research context. It discusses ... More

Adaptation and Opera  

Linda Hutcheon and Michael Hutcheon

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May 2017
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Apr 2017
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Literature, Film
The tried and tested, not the new and original, became the norm early in the over-400-year history of opera, the Ur-adaptive art: because opera is a costly art form to produce, misjudging ... More

Adaptation and Revision  

Keith Wilhite

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May 2017
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Apr 2017
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Literature, Film
Chapter 37 uses the process of revision—revisiting the ideas of oneself or others in order to produce a new response—to explore the relations between adaptation studies and academic ... More

Adaptation as “Transcultural Mimesis” in Japanese Cinema  

Michael Raine

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Jan 2014
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Mar 2014
Subject:
Literature, Film
This essay focuses on the topic of “adaptation” to argue that Japanese cinema has been less bound by traditional culture than by low culture in general, and Hollywood film in particular. ... More

Adaptation in Bollywood  

Lucia Krämer

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May 2017
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Apr 2017
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Literature, Film
Chapter 14 examines the role of adaptation as both genre and practice in contemporary Hindi mainstream cinema, with reference to Indian film history and adaptation in Hollywood. In ... More

Adaptation in Theory and Practice: Mending the Imaginary Fence  

Mary H. Snyder

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May 2017
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Apr 2017
Subject:
Literature, Film
Chapter 6 aims to navigate the distance between practitioners who write adaptations and scholars who write about adaptations. Screenwriters and adaptation scholars perform a similar ... More

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