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Interpreting Shakespeare on Screen Hardcover – 10 Jul 2000


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'The text sets adaptation in the context of wider issues of culture and identity relevant to any module on Shakespeare.' - John Marland, College of Ripon & York St John

'The book is more student-orientated than the usual range on Shakespeare and film, as well as being critically challenging. A rewarding book for undergraduates and a good starting place for postgraduates.' - Maria Jones, University of Wolverhampton

'This is an excellent book, which I will strongly recommend to my students.' - David Olive, Manchester Metropolitan University

About the Author

DEBORAH CARTMELL is Principal Lecturer in English at De Montfort University, Leicester. She is co-editor of the Film/Fiction annual (1996-).


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