Adaptation Studies: New Challenges, New Directions

Adaptation Studies New Challenges New Directions Extending the boundaries of contemporary adaptation studies this book brings together leading international scholars to survey new directions in the field Re thinking the key questions at the heart o

  • Title: Adaptation Studies: New Challenges, New Directions
  • Author: Jørgen Bruhn
  • ISBN: 9781441192660
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Paperback
  • Extending the boundaries of contemporary adaptation studies, this book brings together leading international scholars to survey new directions in the field Re thinking the key questions at the heart of the discipline, Adaptation Studies New Directions, New Challenges explores a wide range of perspectives and case studies in cross media transformation.Topics covered incluExtending the boundaries of contemporary adaptation studies, this book brings together leading international scholars to survey new directions in the field Re thinking the key questions at the heart of the discipline, Adaptation Studies New Directions, New Challenges explores a wide range of perspectives and case studies in cross media transformation.Topics covered include The history of adaptation studies Theories of adaptation Adaptations in film, literature, radio and historical sources What is an original text

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    1. There were a few essays here I found really useful, especially Elliott's and Bryant's essays. Bruhn's essay was moderately helpful. But most of these essays (like much work in adaptation studies) deals with novel-to-film (or transmedial adaptation, which often functions as a synonym for novel-to-film). I like that these essays go beyond case studies (another unfortunately predominant trend in adaptation studies), but since I'm concerned with theatre adaptations of Greek tragedy, much of the work [...]

    2. A smart edited collection about adaptation. The best article for my purposes is John Bryant's “Textual Identity and Adaptive Revision: Editing Adaptation as a Fluid Text."

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