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Double Exposure: Fiction into Film

Boyum, Joy Gould

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ISBN 10: 0876634862 / ISBN 13: 9780876634868
Published by Olympic Marketing Corp, 1985
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Title: Double Exposure: Fiction into Film

Publisher: Olympic Marketing Corp

Publication Date: 1985

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Used: Acceptable

Dust Jacket Condition: Good

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8vo. xiii, 287 pp, preface, Part I. In Defense of Adaptations: 1. Biases and Preconceptions; 2. Film as Literature. Part II. Adaptation as Interpretation: 3. The Viewer as Reader: Varieties of Interpretation; 4. The Filmmaker as Reader: The Question of Fidelity. Part III. The Rhetoric of Adaptation: 5. Point of View; 6. Style and Tone; 7. Metaphor, Symbol, Allegory; 8. Interiors: Thought, Dream, Inner Action; Afterword: The Magnificent Ambersons: Reversing the Bias; bibliography, notes, index with b&w illustrations. First Edition, 1985. Black quarter-cloth with black paper-covered boards, silver lettering to spine, and black endpapers. "Taking a look at movie versions of novels, the author contends that film is an art eminently capable of translating a novel, not only in plot and theme, but in style, technique, and effect. Providing a close-up study of the ways in which adaptation may serve as a successful, even superlative, interpretation of literature, this book examine aesthetics, the history, and the contemporary results of moviemakers; use of fiction in film. Here is an eye-opening scrutiny of contemporary films that fail, succeed or even transcend their literary source when two parallel art forms join forces at the movies." from the jacket flap.

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