Numéro 2

N°2 | Adaptation, Revision, Translation

Table of Contents


From Page to Screen

Erika Thomas (Université Catholique de Lille), Le Feu Follet (Louis Malle, 1963): Suicide or the Impossible Adaptation

Gérald Préher (Université Catholique de Lille), “History was in the making all around us”: Writing and Screening a Changing South in Rich in Love (Josephine Humphreys, 1987; Bruce Beresford, 1993)

David Goldie (Université Aix-Marseille), Mythopoetic Adaptation in Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings Trilogy

Jonathan Fruoco (Université Grenoble Alpes), Adapting Don Quixote: Terry Gilliam’s Picaresque Journey in the Film Industry

Alison Offe (Université Catholique de Lille/Liverpool Hope University), From History to Page to Screen: A Mise-en-Abyme of History in The Other Boleyn Girl Novel and Film

To and From the Stage

Suzanne Bray (Université Catholique de Lille), “A Distinct Novel of the Same Name”: Adapting Dorothy L. Sayer’s Busman’s Honeymoon from Stage to Page

Amélie Moisy (Université Paris-Est Créteil), “Look Homeward, Angel”: re-interpreting “the buried life” for the stage

Adapting for a New Audience

Anne-Frédérique Mochel-Caballero (Université Picardie Jules-Verne), The Biblical Story of King David Revisited by Joseph Heller in God Knows and Madeleine L’Engle in Certain Women

Corinne Oster (Université de Lille), A Very Bad Santa: Adaptation as Cultural and Linguistic Dissolution in the Translations of Le Père Noël est une ordure

Ineke Bockting (Institut Catholique de Paris), The Amazing Transformation of William Faulkner’s Quentin Compson into Southern Poetry

From Life to Art

Peter Merchant (Canterbury Christ Church University), “Things seen and done otherwise”: Adaptiveness and the Dynamics of Difference in A. S. Byatt’s “Morpho Eugenia”

Emmeline Gros (Université de Toulon), Julien/Julian Green – Adopting/Adapting a Memory of the American South

Françoise Clary (Université de Rouen), From Eco Politics to Fiction: Watershed or Percival Everett’s Adaptation of United States Indian Policy

Clara Juncker (University of Southern Denmark, Odense), Adaptation as Intervention: From Jacob Lawrence’s The Migration Series to Contemporary Echoes

Julio Guillén (Université Catholique de Lille) and Julia Martin, Adaptation(S): Repetition and Novelty, Looking for an Author in the Patient’s Narration