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Written with verve and insight by an award-winning teacher and scholar, Shakespeare and Film: A Norton Guide is the ideal introduction to film adaptations of Shakespeare's plays from the silent era tot the present.
Samuel Crowl, Trustee Professor of English at Ohio University
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Shakespeare on Film and Television||p. xi|
|A Brief Guide to Film Grammar and Rhetoric||p. xxiii|
|A Brief History of Shakespeare on Film|
|Establishing Shot: History||p. 3|
|Close-up: Major Directors I: Laurence Olivier, Orson Welles, and Kenneth Branagh||p. 21|
|Close-up: Major Directors II: Akira Kurosawa, Grigori Kozintsev, and Franco Zeffirelli||p. 41|
|Long Shot: Shakespeare and Television||p. 61|
|Wide Angle: The Films of the 1990s||p. 80|
|Analyzing Shakespeare on Film|
|Auteurs and Actors: Camera, Editing, Music, and Acting||p. 101|
|Deep Focus: Text and Context||p. 128|
|Depth of Field: Text and Image||p. 145|
|Montage: Beginnings and Signature Shots||p. 161|
|Soliloquies and Scenes: Adapting Stage Conventions to the Screen||p. 179|
|Glossary of Basic Film and Critical Terminology||p. 197|
|Selective Bibliography||p. 203|
|Selective Filmography||p. 209|
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