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Adapting Novels Into Films: Three Case Studies

Raghu Ram Bandi (Author)
Synopsis The book is focused on the interface between literature and film. It makes a lively inquiry into the adaptation of masterpiece novels into films. It presents case studies of film versions of three timeless classics from Britain, America and Sri Lanka/Canada, viz., Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility, Edith Wharton's The Age of Innocence & Michael Ondaatje's The English Patient. The book seeks to contribute to the scholarly literature on popular cinema by focusing on films themselves rather than theoretical issues and myriads of complex inter-relations.
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About the author

Raghu Ram Bandi

Raghu Ram Bandi is a film and literary critic with many years of professional experience in both the fields. His academic qualifications include Masters in English Literature, Masters in Communication and Journalism, M.Phil. in Communication and Journalism, and Ph/D. in English Literature. His interest in film studies grew along with professional work in various media. He has a great expertise in blending literary works with film scripts. The present book is a result of that combination. It makes a rich contribution to the areas of literary criticism and film studies.

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Title Adapting Novels Into Films: Three Case Studies
Format Hardcover
Date published: 03.07.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Prestige Books
Language: English
isbn 8178510618, 9788178510613
length 176p., Bibliography; 22cm.