|aBooks in motion :|badaptation, intertextuality, authorship /|cedited by Mireia Aragay.
|a289 p. ;|c22 cm.
|aContemporary cinema ;|v2
|aIncludes bibliographical references.
|aReflection to refraction: adaptation studies then and now / Mireia Aragay -- Harry Potter and the fidelity debate / Deborah Cartmell and Imelda Whelehan -- What does Heathcliff look like? Performance in Peter Kosminsky's version of Emily Bronte?'s Wuthering Heights / Sara Martin -- Dirk Bogarde's Sidney Carton--more faithful to the character than Dickens himself? / John Style -- Once upon an adaptation: traces of the authorial on film / Karen Diehl -- The adapter as auteur: Hitchcock, Kubrick, Disney / Thomas Leitch -- Adaptation and autobiographical auteurism: a look at filmmaker/writer Doris Do?rrie / Margaret McCarthy.
|aJohn Huston's vs. James Joyce's The dead / Manuel Barbeito Varela -- Politicising adaptation: re-historicising South African literature through Fools / Lindiwe Dovey -- Adaptation, appropriation, retroaction: symbolic interaction with Henry V / Jose? A?ngel Garci?a Landa -- Inf(l)ecting Pride and prejudice: dialogism, intertextuality, and adaptation / Mireia Aragay and Gemma Lo?pez -- Beyond adaptation: Frankenstein's postmodern progeny / Pedro Javier Pardo Garci?a -- Me, me, me: film narrators and the crisis of identity / Celestino Deleyto -- Playing in a minor key: the literary past through the feminist imagination / Bele?n Vidal.