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The latest issue of Adaptation has just published online.

Articles in this issue include:

'Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory': The Cinematic Adaptation of American Poetry  <>
Michael Devine

'Clad in Robes of Virgin White': The Sexual Politics of the 'Lingerie' Dress in Novel and Film Versions of The Go-Between<>
Sarah Edwards

The Ethics of Alterity: Adapting Queerness in Brokeback Mountain<>
Matthew Bolton

William Blake and Dead Man<>
Troy Thomas

The Illusory Architext of the Institute Benjamenta<>
David Sorfa

Hindianizing Heidi: Working Children in Abdul Rashid Kardar's Do Phool<>
Michael Lawrence

Strange Bedfellows: The Post-Literary Novel, the Devoutly Literary Novel, and the Media Revolution That Was Supposed to Kill Them but Gave Them Life Instead<>
Thomas Leitch

Cloaked Conspiracies: Catherine Hardwicke's Red Riding Hood (2011)<>
Natalie Hayton

Sixth Annual Association of Adaptation Studies Conference, Yeni Yüzyıl University, Istanbul, 29-30 September 2011<>
Antonija Primorac

About the journal
Adaptation is an international, peer-reviewed journal, offering academic articles, film and book reviews, including both book to screen adaptation, screen to book adaptation, popular and 'classic' adaptations, theatre and novel screen adaptations, television, animation, soundtracks, production issues and genres in literature on screen. Adaptation provides an international forum to theorise and interrogate the phenomenon of literature on screen from both a literary and film studies perspective.

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