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Adaptation, Volume 12 Issue 1
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Original Articles:

Pavese, Antonioni, and the Spectres of a Silenced Past: Adaptation and the Transmission of Historical Trauma
By Peter Lešnik

Traveling Realisms, Shared Modernities, Eternal Moods: The Uses of Anton Chekhov in Nuri Bilge Ceylan's Winter Sleep
By Shaj Mathew

Screening 'Prufrock': What the Mermaids Sing
By Scott Freer

The Adaptation of Don Camillo through the Cultural Transduction Framework: From Italian Bestseller to Franco-Italian Film to a Colombian TV Series
By Enrique Uribe-Jongbloed and Manuel A Corredor Aristizábal

Film Reviews:

Can You Ever Forgive Me? and Marielle Heller's Queer Art of Transparency
By Kyle Stevens

Sight and Spectacle in The Alienist
By Petra Clark

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