Links & Letters

Links & Letters 18 records found  Search took 0.03 seconds. 
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5 p, 322.1 KB Contents
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 1-5  
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2 p, 10.8 KB Foreword
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 7-8  
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12 p, 44.4 KB A little touch of Branagh : Henry V / Aragay i Sastre, Mireia (Universitat de Barcelona)
Taking as a starting point the illuminating similarity between the critical reception of Kenneth Branagh's film of Henry V (1989) and the liberal humanist reading of the Shakespearean play-text, this article highlights a series of significant stress-points in the playtext and looks at the way they are dealt with in the Branagh film. [...]
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 11-22  
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4 p, 17.9 KB Reviews / Callens, Johan (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
Obra ressenyada: Silvio GAGGI. From text to hypertext. Decentering the subject in fiction, film, the visual arts, and electronic media. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania University Press, 1997.
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 135-138  
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3 p, 15.1 KB Reviews / González Campos, Miguel Ángel (Universidad de Málaga)
Obra ressenayada: Gene D. PHILLIPS, Conrad and cinema. The art of adaptation. New York: Peter Lang, 1995.
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 138-140  
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3 p, 15.7 KB Reviews / Cook, Patrick (George Washington University)
Obra ressenyada: Lynda E. BOOSE; Richard BURT, (eds. ). Shakespeare, the movie: Popularizing the plays on film, TV, and video. London: Routledge, 1997.
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 140-142  
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3 p, 14.7 KB Reviews / Curbet, Joan (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Anglesa i de Germanística)
Obra ressenyada: Andrew MONNICKENDAM. The Waverley hypertext homepage. [http://www. seneca. uab. es/SCOTT/].
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 143-145  
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5 p, 18.2 KB Reviews / Forceville, Charles (Rijksuniversiteit Leiden)
Obra ressenyada: Brian MCFARLANE. Novel to film: an introduction to the theory of adaptation. Oxford: Clarendon, 1996.
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 145-149  
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12 p, 42.4 KB A lasting performance : Jane Austen / Jukic, Tatjana
The text focuses on an exploration of the ways in which body, politics and history -categories rather subdued and kept at bay in Jane Austen's fiction- are represented in con-temporary film and television adaptations of her novels, when the iconic and the visual are used as a means to inscribe the missing link between an old, elusive discourse and its painfully, almost frustratingly new consumers. [...]
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 23-34  
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7 p, 27.6 KB Forster on film : What he believed / Chesney, Thom D.
This article reveals Forster's views on the cinema, arguing his perspective was clearly not an immutable one; over time he either amended or eliminated certain impressions, although some re-emerged later. [...]
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 35-41  
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17 p, 60.6 KB North American desire for the Spanish Other : Three film versions of Blasco Ibáñez's Blood and Sand / Cumberland, Sharon
There are three film versions of Vicente Blasco Ibáñez's taurine novel Sangre y arena (1908). All are entitled Blood and Sand and feature male and female actors who epitomise the erotic possibilities of the North American fascination with Spanish stereotypes: Rudolph Valentino in 1922, Tyrone Power and Rita Hayworth in 1941, and Sharon Stone in 1989. [...]
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 43-59  
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12 p, 45.2 KB Whatever Happened to Nelson Algren ? : Otto Preminger's Adaptation Of The Man with the Golden Arm / Prono, Luca
This article takes issue with the predominant construction of Otto Preminger as an auteur dealing with problematic subjects and with the excessive emphasis that critics have placed upon the iconoclastic aspects of Preminger's adaptation of Nelson Algren's novel The Man with the Golden Arm (1949). [...]
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 61-72  
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13 p, 46.1 KB Read my lips : Re-evaluating subtitling and dubbing in Europe / Mera, Miguel
Language transfer in European film and television is dominated by two techniques; subtitling and dubbing, and most countries tend to harbour a marked preference and prejudice in which method they use. [...]
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 73-85  
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8 p, 33.0 KB Notes towards a supreme Internet literature : A creative writer's perspective / Starkey, David
The article adapts the headings of Wallace Stevens's poem «Notes towards a supreme fiction» to describe what the author believes a «supreme Internet literature» will eventually look like. Drawing on his own experience as a writer who has published in both print and electronic formats, he surveys contemporary creative writing on the World Wide Web and comes to the following conclusions about Internet literature: 1) it must cut to the chase; 2) it must be postmodern; 3) it must be brief; 4) it must have «whistles and bells»; 5) it must be idealistic; 6) it must not live up to its ideal; 7) it must side-track; 8) it must be free; 9) it must be seductive; 10) it must not be read; 11) it must attract writers who are suspicious of web publication; 12) it must invite immediate feedback; and 13) it must resist closure.
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 87-94  
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13 p, 48.9 KB Obsessed by her reading : An interview with Adriene Jenik about her CD-ROM translation of Nicole Brossard's Le désert mauve / Curran, Beverly
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 97-109  
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8 p, 32.5 KB Adapting The Barrytown Trilogy : An interview with Roddy Doyle / Martín Alegre, Sara (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Anglesa i de Germanística)
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 111-118  
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12 p, 46.1 KB Literature and Film : A bibliography / Martín Alegre, Sara (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Anglesa i de Germanística)
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 121-132  
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11 p, 41.5 KB Previous Issues of Links & Letters
1999
Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 151-161  

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