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Intertextuality in Literature and Film Elaine D. Cancalon

Intertextuality in Literature and Film

Elaine D. Cancalon

Published January 28th 1994
ISBN : 9780813012872
Paperback
176 pages
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Starting with Dostoevskys Double: Bakhtin and Nabokov as Intertextualists, by John Burt Foster, Jr. A Characters Indictment of Authorial Subterfuge: The Parody of Texts in Roberto G. Fernandezs Fiction, by Jorge Febles Federated Fancies: BalzacsMoreStarting with Dostoevskys Double:  Bakhtin and Nabokov as Intertextualists, by John Burt Foster, Jr. A Characters Indictment of Authorial Subterfuge: The Parody of Texts in Roberto G. Fernandezs Fiction, by Jorge Febles Federated Fancies: Balzacs Lost Illusions and Melvilles Pierre, by Benjamin Sherwood Lawson Texts Engendering Texts: A Québecois Rewriting of American Novels, by Anne Marie Miraglia Silones Moses at the Bitter Fountain: Exodus as Subtext, by Marisa Gatti-Taylor Poetry and Language: Intertextuality in the Works of José Angel Valente, by Anita M. Hart Placing Source in Greed and McTeague, by Mary Lawlor Desicas Bicycle Thieves and the Attack on the Classical Hollywood Film, by Gerard Molyneaux Pictures of Pictures: Reference and Reality in Two Script Versions of Potemkin, by Bruce E. Fleming The Compound Genre Film: Billy the Kid Versus Dracula meets The Harvey Girls, by Adam Knee Emblematic Indirections: Benches by Tom Phillips, by Erdmute Wenzel WhiteElaine D. Cancalon and Antoine Spacagna teach in the Department of Modern Languages at Florida State University.