Adapting Margaret Atwood The Handmaid's Tale and Beyond

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Authors and Corporations: McMahon, Fiona (Author), Wells-Lassagne, Shannon
Title Statement: Shannon Wells-Lassagne is author of Television and Serial Adaptation (2017), and the co-editor of Ad...
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Springer International Publishing 2021
Media Type: Book, E-Book

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Physical Description: 280; Paperback; 148 x 210 x 15
ISBN: 9783030736859
Collection: PDA Print VUB
Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Part I Atwood Adapts "Atwood's Hag-Seed and The Heart Goes Last, a Generic Romp" "Negotiating with the Dead": Authorial Ghosts and Other Spectralities in Atwood's Adaptations Transforming the Human and the Novel: The Utopian Potential of Resilience in Margaret Atwood'sM addAddam Trilogy Atwood's Protean Poetics: Adaptation in the Service of Survival Feminist Adaptations/Adaptations of Feminism: Margaret Atwood's The Penelopiad Part II Atwood Adapted The Unreliable Female (Narrator) in Mary Harron's Miniseries Alias Grace The Figure of the Objectified Servant, from the Silent Biblical Maid to the Twenty-First-Century Web TV Rebel Shallow Focus Composition and the Poetics of Blur in The Handmaid's Tale (Hulu, 2017-) Feminism, Facts, and Fear: The Protean Reception of The Handmaid's Tale (Atwood 1985, Miller 2017-) You Are Here: The Handmaid's Tale as Graphic Novel Offred at the Opera: Dimensions of Adaptation in Poul Ruders and Paul Bentley'sT he Handmaid's Tale Part III Atwood in the World: Atwood Adaptation Practitioners Staging The Penelopiad Filming Alias Grace Filming The Handmaid's Tale "Adapting (to) Atwood"