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Adaptation, awards culture, and the value of prestige, Colleen Kennedy-Karpat, Eric Sandberg, editors

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Adaptation, awards culture, and the value of prestige
Title
Adaptation, awards culture, and the value of prestige
Statement of responsibility
Colleen Kennedy-Karpat, Eric Sandberg, editors
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book explores the intersection between adaptation studies and what James F. English has called the “economy of prestige,” which includes formal prize culture as well as less tangible expressions such as canon formation, fandom, authorship, and performance. The chapters explore how prestige can affect many facets of the adaptation process, including selection, approach, and reception. The first section of this volume deals directly with cycles of influence involving prizes such as the Pulitzer, the Man Booker, and other major awards. The second section focuses on the juncture where adaptation, the canon, and awards culture meet, while the third considers alternative modes of locating and expressing prestige through adapted and adaptive intertexts. This book will be of interest to students and scholars of adaptation, cultural sociology, film, and literature
Member of
Dewey number
  • 791.43/6
  • 302.5
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Kennedy-Karpat, Colleen,
  • Sandberg, Eric,
Series statement
Palgrave Studies in Adaptation and Visual Culture
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  • Film adaptations
  • Literature
  • Awards
  • Prestige
Label
Adaptation, awards culture, and the value of prestige, Colleen Kennedy-Karpat, Eric Sandberg, editors
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Publication
Copyright
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Adaptation, Awards Culture, and the Value of Prestige; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures; 1 Adaptation and Systems of Cultural Value; What is Prestige?; The Centrality of Prestige; (Per)forming Prestige; From Awards Bait to Canon Fodder; Adaptation and the Canon; Authorship, Fidelity, and Prestige; Notes; Works Cited; PartI Adapting Award Winners, Awarding Adaptations; 2 The Pulitzers Go to Hollywood; Notes; Works Cited; 3 Beware of Imitations: All about Eve (1950); Notes; Works Cited; 4 Hilary Mantel's Wolf Hall(s) and the Circulation of Cultural Prestige
  • Adapting Wolf Hall for the StageAdapting Wolf Hall for the Screen; Notes; Works Cited; 5 Adapting Queerness, Queering Adaptation: Fun Home on Broadway; Adapting Queerness, Queering Adaptation; From Graphic Memoir to Memory Musical; Memory, Longing, and Recognition; Notes; Works Cited; PartII Adaptation, Prestige, and the Canon; 6 Oliver's Auteurs: The Cases of Lean and Polanski; Adapting Dickens, Attaining Prestige, Authoring Film; Dickens as Dark Muse: The Case of David Lean; Dickens as Redeemer: The Case of Polanski; Notes; Works Cited
  • 7 Origins, Fidelity, and the Auteur: The Bengali Films of Tapan SinhaNotes; Works Cited; 8 The Fortunes of Jane Austen as Chick Lit and Chick Flick; Jane Austen: Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Responses; From Chick Lit to Chick Flicks: Austen Adaptations and Postfeminism; Adapting the Chick Flick, Take One: Sense and Sensibility, Postfeminism, and Awards Culture; Adapting the Chick Flick, Take Two: Postfeminism and Male Identity in Persuasion; Adapting the Chick Flick Take Three: The Female Gaze and the Male Body in Pride and Prejudice; Conclusion; Notes; Works Cited
  • 9 Jazz, Prestige, and Five Great Gatsby Film AdaptationsMusic in Fiction-to-Film Adaptations; Gatsby, Music, and Prestige; Jazz: History and Prestige; Fitzgerald's Jazz; Jazz, Prestige, and Surviving Fiction-to-Film Gatsby Adaptations; Concluding Observations; Notes; Works Cited; PartIII Locating Prestige; 10 Trash Cinema and Oscar Gold: Quentin Tarantino, Intertextuality, and Industry Prestige; Defining Originality at the Academy; Cinematic Homage and the Basterds Who Killed the WWII Film; America's Original Sin: The Origins of Django Unchained; Notes; Works Cited
  • 11 The Hollywood Remake Massacre: Adaptation, Reception, and ValueThe Lowest of the Low: Remaking, Genre, and Cultural Value; Favouring the Original: Fidelity, Audiences, and Prestige; Considering Fan Responses to Remakes; Notes; Works Cited; 12 "How do I act so well?" The British "Shakespearean" Actor and Cultural Cachet; Forging a Shakespearean Identity; The Shakespearean Sound; Commodifying the Shakespearean; Parodying Shakespeareanism; Reflecting on Shakespearean Prestige; Notes; Works Cited; Index
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9783319528540
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(OCoLC)1003284640
Label
Adaptation, awards culture, and the value of prestige, Colleen Kennedy-Karpat, Eric Sandberg, editors
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Adaptation, Awards Culture, and the Value of Prestige; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures; 1 Adaptation and Systems of Cultural Value; What is Prestige?; The Centrality of Prestige; (Per)forming Prestige; From Awards Bait to Canon Fodder; Adaptation and the Canon; Authorship, Fidelity, and Prestige; Notes; Works Cited; PartI Adapting Award Winners, Awarding Adaptations; 2 The Pulitzers Go to Hollywood; Notes; Works Cited; 3 Beware of Imitations: All about Eve (1950); Notes; Works Cited; 4 Hilary Mantel's Wolf Hall(s) and the Circulation of Cultural Prestige
  • Adapting Wolf Hall for the StageAdapting Wolf Hall for the Screen; Notes; Works Cited; 5 Adapting Queerness, Queering Adaptation: Fun Home on Broadway; Adapting Queerness, Queering Adaptation; From Graphic Memoir to Memory Musical; Memory, Longing, and Recognition; Notes; Works Cited; PartII Adaptation, Prestige, and the Canon; 6 Oliver's Auteurs: The Cases of Lean and Polanski; Adapting Dickens, Attaining Prestige, Authoring Film; Dickens as Dark Muse: The Case of David Lean; Dickens as Redeemer: The Case of Polanski; Notes; Works Cited
  • 7 Origins, Fidelity, and the Auteur: The Bengali Films of Tapan SinhaNotes; Works Cited; 8 The Fortunes of Jane Austen as Chick Lit and Chick Flick; Jane Austen: Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Responses; From Chick Lit to Chick Flicks: Austen Adaptations and Postfeminism; Adapting the Chick Flick, Take One: Sense and Sensibility, Postfeminism, and Awards Culture; Adapting the Chick Flick, Take Two: Postfeminism and Male Identity in Persuasion; Adapting the Chick Flick Take Three: The Female Gaze and the Male Body in Pride and Prejudice; Conclusion; Notes; Works Cited
  • 9 Jazz, Prestige, and Five Great Gatsby Film AdaptationsMusic in Fiction-to-Film Adaptations; Gatsby, Music, and Prestige; Jazz: History and Prestige; Fitzgerald's Jazz; Jazz, Prestige, and Surviving Fiction-to-Film Gatsby Adaptations; Concluding Observations; Notes; Works Cited; PartIII Locating Prestige; 10 Trash Cinema and Oscar Gold: Quentin Tarantino, Intertextuality, and Industry Prestige; Defining Originality at the Academy; Cinematic Homage and the Basterds Who Killed the WWII Film; America's Original Sin: The Origins of Django Unchained; Notes; Works Cited
  • 11 The Hollywood Remake Massacre: Adaptation, Reception, and ValueThe Lowest of the Low: Remaking, Genre, and Cultural Value; Favouring the Original: Fidelity, Audiences, and Prestige; Considering Fan Responses to Remakes; Notes; Works Cited; 12 "How do I act so well?" The British "Shakespearean" Actor and Cultural Cachet; Forging a Shakespearean Identity; The Shakespearean Sound; Commodifying the Shakespearean; Parodying Shakespeareanism; Reflecting on Shakespearean Prestige; Notes; Works Cited; Index
Control code
on1003284640
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Isbn
9783319528540
Level of compression
unknown
Note
SpringerLink
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1003284640

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