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Adaptation and Appropriation
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Series Editor's preface Acknowledgements Introduction: Going On (and on) Part 1: Defining Terms 1. What is adaptation? 2. What is appropriation? Part 2: Literary Archetypes 3. `Here's a strange alteration': Shakespearean appropriations 4. `It's a very old story': myth and metamorphosis 5. `Other versions' of fairy tale and folklore Part 3: Alternative Perspectives 6. Constructing alternative points of view 7. `We "Other Victorians": or, rethinking the nineteenth century 8. Stretching history; or, appropriating the facts 9. Customized narratives: copying and the work of art in the age of reproducibility Afterword: Different versions Glossary Bibliography Index

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Julie Sanders is Professor of English and Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Humanities and Social Sciences at Newcastle University, UK.

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