Shakespeare, film studies, and the visual cultures of modernity /
"Shakespeare, Film Studies, and the Visual Cultures of Modernity elucidates the ways in which Shakespeare as a cultural phenomenon has influenced the development of nearly every dimension of cinema. Challenging many deeply-embedded assumptions of theories of literature, film, media studies, art...
|Published:||New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.|
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- What's in a Name? Or, Something like an Introduction
- 1. Reconstituting King John: Victorian Theatrical Photorealism and the Protocinema of Adaptation
- 2. Featuring the Bard: Frederick Warde's Shakespeare and the Transformation of American Cinema
- 3. The Exfoliating Folio, or Transnational and International Avant-Gardes from Bernhardt's Hamlets to Hollywood's Europeans
- 4. Genre, Style, and the Politique des Auteurs: Orson Welles versus "William Shakespeare"
- 5. Six Authors in Search of a Text: The Shakespeares of Van Sant, Branagh, Godard, Pasolini, Greenaway, and Luhrmann
- Works Cited
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