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Introduction: Kubrick and Adaptation
By I. Q. Hunter

Original articles:

Becoming a Macho Mensch: Stanley Kubrick, Spartacus and 1950s Jewish Masculinity
By Nathan Abrams

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

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

'Utterly Baffled and Beaten, What Was the Lonely and Brokenhearted Man to Do?': Narration, Ambiguity, and Sympathy in Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon
By Marc Napolitano

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

The Unempty Wasps' Nest: Kubrick's The Shining, Adaptation, Chance, Interpretation
By Graham Allen

Adaptation as Exploration: Stanley Kubrick, Literature, and A.I. Artificial Intelligence
By Peter Krämer

Book review:

Stanley Kubrick: Adapting the Sublime
Reviewed by James Fenwick


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