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Original Articles:

‘The Parodist’s Game’: Scrutiny of Cultural Play in Jonathan Coe’s What a Carve Up! 
By Michael Shallcross

Though This Be Adaptation, Yet There Is Method in’t. Film Re-titling for Spanish Viewers
By Catalina Iliescu Gheorghiu

‘There’s Something Very Familiar About All This’: Time Machines, Cultural Tangents, and Mastering Time in H.G. Wells’s The Time Machine and the Back to the Future trilogy
By Sorcha Ní Fhlainn

Orson Welles’s Deconstruction of Media Celebrity: From Radio Dramatizations to Citizen Kane 
By James Jesson

Interpreting History: Meaning Production for the Russian Revolution
By Frederick H. White

‘From Carts to Jet Engines’: The Afterlife of Tess of the d’Urbervilles in Michael Winterbottom’s Trishna 
By Ana Cristina Mendes

Uses and Abuses of the Child Figure in Slumdog Millionaire and Vikus Swarup’s Q & A
By Heather Snell

Book Reviews:

On Makeovers and Afterlives: Recent Books on Screen Adaptations of the Long Nineteenth Century
By Antonija Primorac

The History of British Literature on Film: 1895–2015
Reviewed by Deborah Cartmell

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