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‘Before the picture in earnest contemplation’: a timeline of pride and prejudice adaptations

Deborah Cartmell

Deborah Cartmell is Professor of English, De Montfort University, UK. Her recent publications include Adaptations in the Sound Era: 1927-3, Teaching Adaptations, ed. and A Companion to Literature, Film and Adaptation. She is co-editor and founder of the international journals, Adaptation and Shakespeare and series editor of the Bloomsbury Adaptation Histories. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice : The Relationship between Text and Film

Methuen Drama, 2010

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... admittance into their respective fields. For an account of the exclusion of film adaptations of literary texts from both English and Film Studies, see Deborah Cartmell...

‘The shades of pemberley to be thus polluted’: loose adaptations

Deborah Cartmell

Deborah Cartmell is Professor of English, De Montfort University, UK. Her recent publications include Adaptations in the Sound Era: 1927-3, Teaching Adaptations, ed. and A Companion to Literature, Film and Adaptation. She is co-editor and founder of the international journals, Adaptation and Shakespeare and series editor of the Bloomsbury Adaptation Histories. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice : The Relationship between Text and Film

Methuen Drama, 2010

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...When Lady Catherine rudely asks Elizabeth ‘Are the shades of Pemberley to be thus polluted?’ through a Darcy/Bennet alliance, the answer for all readers is, of course, ‘no’. And this can be said too, to the charge that adaptations...

‘First impressions’: the openings of screen versions of pride and prejudice

Deborah Cartmell

Deborah Cartmell is Professor of English, De Montfort University, UK. Her recent publications include Adaptations in the Sound Era: 1927-3, Teaching Adaptations, ed. and A Companion to Literature, Film and Adaptation. She is co-editor and founder of the international journals, Adaptation and Shakespeare and series editor of the Bloomsbury Adaptation Histories. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice : The Relationship between Text and Film

Methuen Drama, 2010

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...Austen’s thematic concern with first impressions translates to screen adaptations of the novel in various ways, reflecting individual slants on the narrative, dependent on both their contexts and genres. Before examining the film...

Picturing the past and ‘the charm of recollection’: cinematic adaptations of pride and prejudice, 1940, 2005

Deborah Cartmell

Deborah Cartmell is Professor of English, De Montfort University, UK. Her recent publications include Adaptations in the Sound Era: 1927-3, Teaching Adaptations, ed. and A Companion to Literature, Film and Adaptation. She is co-editor and founder of the international journals, Adaptation and Shakespeare and series editor of the Bloomsbury Adaptation Histories. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice : The Relationship between Text and Film

Methuen Drama, 2010

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... to starvehicle — Knightley’s performance in the film certainly captured the public imagination and resulted in an Oscar nomination.Screenwriter Deborah Moggach has admitted that her screenplay was doomed to be overshadowed by Andrew Davies’ 1995...

‘Heedless of the future’: critical responses and the afterlife of the novel’s adaptations

Deborah Cartmell

Deborah Cartmell is Professor of English, De Montfort University, UK. Her recent publications include Adaptations in the Sound Era: 1927-3, Teaching Adaptations, ed. and A Companion to Literature, Film and Adaptation. She is co-editor and founder of the international journals, Adaptation and Shakespeare and series editor of the Bloomsbury Adaptation Histories. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice : The Relationship between Text and Film

Methuen Drama, 2010

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...While the release of the 1940 adaptation generated relatively little press attention, by the 21st century an adaptation of a Jane Austen novel is a major event, almost always attended by the ‘it can never be as good as the book’ attitude...

‘A more gentle sensation towards the original’: pride and prejudice as concealed autobiography

Deborah Cartmell

Deborah Cartmell is Professor of English, De Montfort University, UK. Her recent publications include Adaptations in the Sound Era: 1927-3, Teaching Adaptations, ed. and A Companion to Literature, Film and Adaptation. She is co-editor and founder of the international journals, Adaptation and Shakespeare and series editor of the Bloomsbury Adaptation Histories. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice : The Relationship between Text and Film

Methuen Drama, 2010

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...Revisiting the portrait of Darcy in Pemberley, Elizabeth develops a ‘more gentle sensation towards the original’ in much the way that the more we revisit the historical figure of Jane Austen, in spite of the surviving letters...

‘A striking resemblance?’: pride and prejudice on television

Deborah Cartmell

Deborah Cartmell is Professor of English, De Montfort University, UK. Her recent publications include Adaptations in the Sound Era: 1927-3, Teaching Adaptations, ed. and A Companion to Literature, Film and Adaptation. She is co-editor and founder of the international journals, Adaptation and Shakespeare and series editor of the Bloomsbury Adaptation Histories. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice : The Relationship between Text and Film

Methuen Drama, 2010

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... up for that.’ And then she added ‘or maybe we resurrect How Green Is My Valley. Email: Jonathan Powell to Deborah Cartmell 20/10/09. Email: Jonathan Powell to Deborah Cartmell 20/10/09.But what doesn’t seem so...

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Deborah Cartmell

Deborah Cartmell is Professor of English, De Montfort University, UK. Her recent publications include Adaptations in the Sound Era: 1927-3, Teaching Adaptations, ed. and A Companion to Literature, Film and Adaptation. She is co-editor and founder of the international journals, Adaptation and Shakespeare and series editor of the Bloomsbury Adaptation Histories. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Peter J. Smith

Peter J. Smith is reader in Renaissance literature, Nottingham Trent University. He is the author of Social Shakespeare; Between Two Stools and co-editor of Hamlet: Theory and Practice. He is a trustee of the British Shakespeare Association. His essays and reviews have appeared in Cahiers Elisabethains, Critical Quarterly, Shakespeare, Shakespeare Bulletin, Shakespeare Survey, Times Higher Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Much Ado About Nothing : A Critical Reader

Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2018

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...In Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare’s characters are subject to the whims not of any outrageous fortune, but of each other’s prejudices, attractions, affections, dislikes and long-standing grudges. Don John’s malevolence has been...

‘Honour, decorum, prudence’: the novel and its reputation

Deborah Cartmell

Deborah Cartmell is Professor of English, De Montfort University, UK. Her recent publications include Adaptations in the Sound Era: 1927-3, Teaching Adaptations, ed. and A Companion to Literature, Film and Adaptation. She is co-editor and founder of the international journals, Adaptation and Shakespeare and series editor of the Bloomsbury Adaptation Histories. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptations Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice : The Relationship between Text and Film

Methuen Drama, 2010

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...The quality of Austen’s writing is usefully summarised by Lady Catherine de Bourgh in her pronouncement on how Elizabeth ought to behave: with ‘honour, decorum, prudence’ and it has long been the norm to read Austen adaptations...