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Selected Bibliography of Works for the Study of Film and Literature 1985-1999

@inproceedings{Deltcheva1999SelectedBO,
  title={Selected Bibliography of Works for the Study of Film and Literature 1985-1999},
  author={Roumiana Deltcheva},
  year={1999}
}
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The Filming of Literary Works in the German Democratic Republic
The film industry in the German Democratic Republic is governed by the cultural politics established by politburo members, and its historical development must be considered in relationship to the
The Fantastic in World Literature and the Arts: Selected Essays from the Fifth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts
Illustrations Preface Introduction Part I. The Fantastic in World Literature: Theory and Themes Part II. The Fantastic in World Literature: Individual Authors Part III. Fantastic Themes, Figures and
The city in modern Chinese literature and film: configurations of space, time, and gender.
primary and secondary sources, interspersed with brief interviews of villagers on the history and function of the rituals. Though Xu's studies provide useful background information and firsthand data
Semiotics of Narration in Film and Prose Fiction: Case Studies of "Scarecrow and "My Friend Ivan Lapshin
This interesting study of film adaptation focuses on two pairs of works, each consisting of a Russian novella and a Russian film: V. K. Zheleznikov's Scarecrow (1981) and R. A. Bykov's Scarecrow
Screening the Text: Intertextuality in New Wave French Cinema
Cinema has always been "literary" in its desire to tell stories and in its need to borrow plots and narrative techniques from novels. But the French New Wave directors of the 1950s self-consciously
The Discourse of Pictures: Iconicity and Film Studies
I n its analysis of images, film theory since the 1970s has been deeply indebted to structuralist and Saussurean-derived linguistic models. Indeed, it would be difficult to overstate the depth and
Literature and society
Politics of the Self: Feminism and the Postmodern in West German Literature and Film
Richard McCormick examines the concepts of postmodernity and postmodernism as they apply to West Germany, discussing them against the background of cultural and political upheaval in that country
Close Viewings: An Anthology of New Film Criticism ed. by Peter Lehman (review)
Based on the assumption that films are complex cultural products and that any critical approach benefits from a precise engagement with textual features, the first part of this book emphasizes formal
Novel to film : an introduction to the theory of adaptation
`It wasn't as good as the book' - this is the response to many a film adaptation, and even the starting point of many film reviews. Novel into Film is the first sytematic theoretical account of the
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