Table of contents for Almost Shakespeare : reinventing his works for cinema and television / edited by James R. Keller and Leslie Stratyner.

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Introduction	1
	James R. Keller and Leslie Stratyner
 1: The Politics of Culture: The Play's the Thing	0
	Patrick Finn
 2: Have we really been here before? Imitation as
 Originality in Gus Van Sant's My Own Private Idaho	00
	Andrew Barnaby
 3: Shakespeare Transposed: The British Stage on the
 Post-Colonial Screen	00
	Parmita Kapadia
 4: Suture, Shakespeare, and Race: Or, What Is Our
 Cultural Debt to the Bard?	00
	Ayanna Thompson
 5: Cinema in the Round: Self-Reßexivity in
 Tim Blake Nelson's O	00
	Eric C. Brown
 6: Sex, Lies, Videotape-and Othello	000
	R. S. White
 7: "The Time Is Out of Joint": Withnail and I and Historical
 Melancholia, or, Camberwell Carrots and Shakespeare	000
	Aaron Kelly and David Salter
 8: Horatio: The First CSI	000
	Jody Malcolm
 9: Teen Scenes: Recognizing Shakespeare in Teen Film	000
	Ariane M. Balizet
10: An Aweful Rule: Safe Schools, Hard Canons,
 and Shakespeare's Loose Heirs	000
	Melissa J. Jones
11: Prospero's Pharmacy: Peter Greenaway and the Critics
 Play Shakespeare's Mimetic Game	000
	Dan DeWeese
Á2: Shakespeare Film and Television Derivatives: A Bibliography	000
	JosÄ Ramùn DÆaz Fernçndez
Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Film and video adaptations.
English drama -- Film and video adaptations.
Film adaptations.