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  • Emile Zola and the Artistry of Adaptationby Kate Griffiths

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 54.95

    "Filmmakers have drawn inspiration from the pages of Emile Zola from the earliest days of cinema. The ever-growing number of adaptations they have produced spans eras, genres, languages, and styles. In spite of the diversity of these approaches, numerous critics regard them as inferior copies of a superior textual original. But key novels by Zola... more...

  • Pleasure and Pain in Nineteenth-Century French Literature and Cultureby David Evans; Kate Griffiths

    Editions Rodopi 2008; US$ 79.80

    From Sade at one end of the nineteenth century to Freud at the other, via many French novelists and poets, pleasure and pain become ever more closely entwined. Whereas the inseparability of these themes has hitherto been studied from isolated perspectives, such as psychoanalysis, sadism and sado-masochism, melancholy, or post-structuralist textual... more...

  • Adapting Nineteenth-Century Franceby Kate Griffiths; Andrew Watts

    University of Wales Press 2013; US$ 127.50

    This book focuses on adaptations in and of nineteenth-century France, assessing the reworking of Emile Zola in radio, Honoré de Balzac in silent cinema, Gustave Flaubert in contemporary fiction, Victor Hugo in musical theatre, Guy de Maupassant in television and Jules Verne in sound film. more...

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