Literature Film and Their Hideous Progeny

Literature  Film  and Their Hideous Progeny
Author : Julie Grossman
Publisher : Springer
Total Pages : 228
Release : 2015-09-01
ISBN 10 : 9781137399021
ISBN 13 : 1137399023
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Literature Film and Their Hideous Progeny Book Description:

This book posits adaptations as 'hideous progeny,' Mary Shelley's term for her novel, Frankenstein . Like Shelley's novel and her fictional Creature, adaptations that may first be seen as monstrous in fact compel us to shift our perspective on known literary or film works and the cultures that gave rise to them.


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