This substantial study considers how adaptation was considered hackwork by writers such as Thomas Hardy and Henry James resulting in critical failures of adaptations of their works. His chapter, covering various forms of adaptation in the Modernist period, including drama, film and radio, reveals the vast extent of unchartered territory in adaptation studies and how the different media cross over and influence each other.
|Title of host publication||A Companion to Literature, Film and Adaptation|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Oct 2012|
- joseph conrad
- adaptation studies
- performing arts
- english literature