Table of contents for A companion to literature and film / edited by Robert Stam and Alessandra Raengo.

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1?Novels, Films, and the Word/Image Wars
??Kamilla Elliott
2?Sacred Word, Profane Image: Theologies of Adaptation
??Ella Shohat
3?Gospel Truth? From Cecil B. DeMille to Nicholas Ray
??Pamela Grace
4?Transécriture and Narrative Mediatics: The Stakes of Intermediality 
??André Gaudreault and Philippe Marion
5?The Look: From Film to Novel. An Essay in Comparative Narratology
??François Jost
6?Adaptation and Mis-adaptations: Film, Literature, and Social Discourses
??Francesco Casetti
7?The Invisible Novelty: Film Adaptations in the 1910s
??Yuri Tsivian
8?Italy and America: Pinocchio's First Cinematic Trip
??Raffaele De Berti
9?The Intertextuality of Early Cinema: A Prologue to Fântomas
??Tom Gunning
10?Cosmopolitan Projections: World Literature on Chinese Screens
??Zhang Zhen
11?The Rhetoric of Interruption
??Allen S. Weiss
12?Visualizing the Voice: Joyce, Cinema, and the Politics of Vision
??Luke Gibbons
13?Adapting Cinema to History: A Revolution in the Making
??Dudley Andrew
14?Photographic Verismo, Cinematic Adaptation, and the Staging of a Neorealist Landscape
??Noa Steimatsky
15?The Devil's Parody: Horace McCoy's Appropriation and Refiguration of Two Hollywood Musicals
??Charles Musser
16?The Sociological Turn of Adaptation Studies: The Example of Film Noir
??R. Barton Palmer
17?Adapting Farewell, My Lovely
??William Luhr
18?Daphne du Maurier and Alfred Hitchcock
??Richard Allen
19?Running Time: The Chronotope of The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner
??Peter Hitchcock
20?From Libertinage to Eric Rohmer: Transcending "Adaptation"
??Maria Tortajada
21?The Moment of Portraiture: Scorsese Reads Wharton
??Brigitte Peucker
22?The Talented Poststructuralist: Hetero-masculinity, Gay Artifice, and Class Passing
??Chris Straayer
23?From Bram Stoker's Dracula to Bram Stoker's "Dracula"
??Margaret Montalbano
24?The Bible as Cultural Object(s) in Cinema
??Gavriel Moses
25?All's Wells that Ends Wells: Apocalypse and Empire in The War of the Worlds
??Julian Cornell

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Literature and motion pictures.
Film adaptations -- History and criticism.