Table of contents for Double-takes : intersections between Canadian literature and film / edited by David R. Jarraway.

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INTRODUCTION: David Jarraway
Chapter 1: Beyond the National-Realist Text: Imagining the Impossible Nation in Contemporary Canadian Cinema by Jim Leach
Chapter 2: Griersonian "Actuality" and Social Protest in Dorothy Livesay’s Documentary Poems by Tania Aguila-Way
Chapter 3: “Stunning and Strange": Iceland as Memory and Prophecy in Alice Munro’s "White Dump" and Sarah Polley's "Away from Her’” by Nadine Fladd
Chapter 4: Maddin, Melodrama, and the Pre-National by Jennifer Henderson and Brian Johnson
Chapter 5: Dialogic Phantasy in Bruce McDonald’s Adaptive Narratives by Gregory Betts
Chapter 6: Reading Canadian Film Credits: Adapting Institutions, Systems, and Affects by Peter Dickinson
Chapter 7: Sisters in the Wilderness: Mythologizing Catharine Parr Traill by Ruth Bradley-St-Cyr
Chapter 8: “‘Triumph" in the Backwoods: The CBC’s Take on Moodie and Traill in Sisters in the Wilderness (2000) by Christa Zeller Thomas
Chapter 9: The Director’s Medium: Richard Attenborough’s De-Authorization of Grey Owl by Albert Braz
Chapter 10: Narrative Structure and Narrative Voices in The English Patient: Film And Novel--A Comparative Study by Christine Evain
Chapter 11: Loser Wins: The Rhetoric of High Modernism in The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz by Bradley D. Clissold
Chapter 12: Why They Cannot Get It Right: A Reader’s Notes about Richler on Screen by Natalia Vesselova
Chapter 13: “‘[I]t’s my nature": A Comparison of Hagar Shipley’s Pride in The Stone Angel Novel and Film by Carmela Coccimiglio PART THREE: IDENTITY: “TO BE, OR NOT TO BE”
Chapter 14: Why Sex Matters in Canadian Film and Literature by Katherine Monk
Chapter 15: The Nature of Things: Coupland, Cinema and the Canadian Sixties and Seventies by Andrew Burke
Chapter 16: Adapting Men to New Times?: Engagements with Maculinism in John Howe’s Why Rock the Boat? by Elspeth Tulloch
Chapter 17: Filming Music: Adapting Transnational Sound in The English Patient and Fugitive Pieces by Katherine McLeod
Chapter 18: “‘Something’s missing": Exploding Girlhood in The Tracy Fragments by Tanis MacDonald

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Motion pictures and literature -- Canada.
Canadian literature -- Film adaptations.
Film adaptations -- History and criticism.
Canadian literature (English) -- Film adaptations.