Revistes Catalanes amb Accés Obert (RACO)

1998: Vol.: 9

Vol.: 9

Articles

Shakespeare on film: a bibliography (p. 7-47)
José Ramón Díaz Fernández
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The Walker-Spielberg tandem and lesbianism in the color purple: "[Spielberg] Don't like it dirty" (p. 49-56)
María Frías
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Amantes furtivos, furtivos amantes: versiones y adaptaciones de las novelas de John Steinbeck (p. 57-70)
José Antonio Gurpegui
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The invisibility of human suffering: the adaptation of novelised biographical material in Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List, Olvier Stone's heaven and earth and Brian Gilbert's not without my daughter (p. 71-87)
Sara Martin Alegre
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Homosociality, sexism and homophobia: An analysis of Charles Dicken's our mutual friend and Rainer Werner Fassbinder's the bitter tears of Petra von Kant and Fox and his friends (p. 89-98)
Enric Monforte
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On the page/ on the screen: two ways of reading Joyce (p. 99-108)
Vickie Olsen
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El narrador a the big sleep: la novel·la i la pel·licula (p. 109-118)
José L. Rodríguez
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Representing Ireland: literary adaptation and irish cinema (p. 119-130)
Sean Ryder
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Is 'who wears the pants' an empty question? Comedy and marriage in Adam's Rib (p. 133-142)
Anita La Cruz
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Some like it hot: the blurring of gender limits in a film of the fifties (p. 143-152)
María Jesús Martínez
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Louis Lumière's la partie d'écarté (1896) (p. 153-162)
William D. Routt
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Divorce in contemporary hollywood romantic comedy: gender issues are taken to court (p. 163-168)
Manuela Ruiz Pardo
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Tierra, tecnología, polifonía y antepasados (p. 171-175)
Robert Bringhurst
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Theorizing post-communism: the polish case (p. 177-182)
Malgorzata Grzegorzewska
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Joyce and Pinter: exiles and betrayal (p. 183-191)
Ronald Knowles
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Les murray's poetic trajectory over Australia's changing landscapes (p. 193-203)
Anurag Sharma
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"Some people would envy your certainty": on the 'desire for verification' in Pinter (p. 205-215)
Marc Silverstein
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Waiting for the new writer: an interview with Malcolm Bradbury (p. 219-226)
José Francisco Fernández Sánchez
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