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Volume 9 Issue 1 of Adaptation now online

*With apologies for cross posting*

Read now at

Adapting Australia, Edited by Ken Gelder and Imelda Whelehan:

John Forbes, the Australian Poet: Representations of National Identity in A Layered Event on ABC Radio National
By Prithvi Varatharajan

Adaptation and Authorial Celebrity: Robyn Davidson and the Context of John Curran's Tracks (2013)
By Rachael Weaver

Walking in Her Footsteps: Migration, Adaptation, and the Mother's Journey in Romulus, My Father
By Fincina Hopgood

'Of Rabbits and Pirates: After-Images of E. Philips Fox's 'Landing of Captain Cook at Botany Bay, 1770'
By Golnar Nabizadeh

Recalling Romance and Revision in the Film Adaptations of Robbery Under Arms and The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith
By Andrew James Couzens

The Mystery of a Hansom Cab, the Classic Adaptation and the Australian Canon
By Chris Louttit

Original Articles:

Rotherhithe's Ephemeral Arden: Christine Edzard's As You Like It Revisited
By John Blakeley

Age and Gender in the Miniseries Adaptation of Elizabeth Strout's Olive Kitteridge
By Delphine Letort

Evoking Interactivity: Film and Videogame Intermediality Since the 1980s
By Jonathan Mack

Book Reviews:

The Comic Book Was Better
Liam Burke, The Comic Book Film Adaptation: Exploring Modern Hollywood's Leading Genre
Reviewed by Kyle Meikle

Teaching Adaptations
Deborah Cartmell and Imelda Whelehan, eds. Teaching Adaptations
Reviewed by Dennis Cutchins

Shelley Cobb, Adaptation, Authorship and Contemporary Women Filmmakers
Reviewed by Esther Sonnet

Read the full issue at

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