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"SILKSTONE, Tom" <[log in to unmask]>
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The latest issue of Adaptation is now available to read online at

Articles in this issue:
Flogging Fidelity: In Defense of the (Un)Dead Horse
By Casie Hermansson

State of the Conversation: The Obscene Underside of Fidelity
By Nico Dicecco

To Make You See: Photography as Intermedial Resource in Theatre and Film Adaptation (Closer and The Winter Guest)
By Carmen Pérez Ríu

Canon Doyle?: Getting Holmes Right (and Getting the Rights) for Television
By Richard Hewett

Screening Austen: The Case of Emma
By J. P. C. Brown

Irony in The Sweet Hereafter by Russell Banks (1991) and Atom Egoyan (1997)
By David Roche

'After Everything I've Seen...': Rewatching Shutter Island as a Knowing Audience
By Allen H. Redmon

Book reviews:

Adaptation, Intermediality and the British Celebrity Biopic
Reviewed by Belén Vidal

Back to Basics: A Meta-Foundational Approach to Adaptation Studies
Reviewed by Thomas Leitch

Advance access:

Adaptation also publishes articles online ahead of print. There are currently 13 articles published as advance access including:

The Magic of Time in Lolita: The Time Traveller Humbert Humbert
By Elisa Pezzotta

The Uncanny, The Gothic and The Loner: Intertextuality in the Adaptation Process of The Shining
By Catriona McAvoy

The End of Family in Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange
By Joy McEntee

Read these articles at

For more information about the journal please visit<>.

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