Rewriting Texts Remaking Images
©2010 Monographs XVIII, 389 Pages
Series: Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature, Volume 103
The twenty-four essays in Rewriting Texts Remaking Images: Interdisciplinary Perspectives examine the complex relationships between original creative works and subsequent versions of these originals, from both theoretical and pragmatic perspectives. The process involves the rereading, reinterpretation, and rediscovery of literary texts, paintings, photographs, and films, as well as the consideration of issues pertaining to adaptation, intertextuality, transcodification, ekphrasis, parody, translation, and revision. The interdisciplinary analyses consider works from classical antiquity to the present day, in a number of literatures, and include such topics as the reuse and resemantization of photographs and iconic images.
- XVIII, 389
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- Publication date
- 2011 (March)
- adaptation recycling reinterpretation intertextuality transcoding rediscovery
- New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2010. XVIII, 389 pp., num. ill.