Table of contents for Eighteenth-century fiction on screen / edited by Robert Mayer.


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Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Contributors
Introduction: Is there a text in the screening room? Robert Mayer
1. The cinema of attractions and the novel in Barry Lyndon and Tom Jones Peter Cosgrove
2. Three cinematic Robinsonades Robert Mayer
3. Adaptations of Moll Flanders Catherine N. Parke
4. Film, censorship, and the 'corrupt original' of Gulliver's Travels Alan Chalmers
5. Adapting Fielding for film and television Martin C. Battestin
6. The spaces of Clarissa in text and film Cynthia Wall
7. Jacques le fataliste on film: from metafiction to metacinema Alan J. Singerman
8. 'Carnal to the point of scandal': on the affair of La religieuse Kevin Jackson
9. Adaptations and cultural criticism: Les liaisons dangereuses 1960 and Dangerous Liaisons Richard Frohock
10. Mapping Goethe's Wilhelm Meister onto Wenders's Wrong Move Margaret McCarthy
11. Rob Roy: the other eighteenth century? Janet Sorensen
Filmography
Bibliography.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Motion picture adaptations, Motion pictures and literature, European fiction 18th century History and criticism