The latest issue of Literature/Film Quarterly is now available; you can
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Here is the full table of contents:

*Dale T. Adams, Twice Convicted, Once Executed: A Literary
Naturalist’s Interpretation of Richard Brooks’s Film In Cold

*Thomas L. Cooksey, “The Man of the Day to Follow”: Dani
Kouyaté’s Keita! and the Living Epic

*Antony Johae, Reading Carnival into Notting Hill 

*Christopher J. Knight, “For Once, Then, Something”: Krzysztof
Kieślowski’s  The Double Life of Véronique and the Apophatic Beyond

*Eric Paul Meljac, Dead Silence: James Joyce’s “The Dead” and
John Huston’s Adaptation as Aesthetic Rivals 

*Thomas Van Parys, The Commercial Novelization: Research, History,

*Todd Borlik, Review: Shakespeare on Screen 101 [Review of Shakespeare
on Film:  A Norton Guide, by Samuel Crowl]

*Jim Welsh, Review: An Overdue Book for a Neglected Filmmaker [Review
of All My Loving?  The Films of Tony Palmer, by John Tibbetts]

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David T. Johnson
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