Table of contents for Adaptation and appropriation / Julie Sanders.

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Acknowledgements								vi
Introduction									1
Part 1: Defining Terms							19
1. What is adaptation?								20
2. What is appropriation?							32
	Embedded texts and interplay						32
	Sustained homage or plagiarism?					40
Part 2: Literary Archetypes							52
3. 'Here's a strange alteration': Shakespearean Appropriations		53
4. 'It's an old story': Myth and Metamorphosis				77
	Modern metamorphoses						79
	Orphic narratives							86
5. 'Other Versions' of Fairy Tale and Folklore				100
Part 3: Alternative Perspectives						119
6. Constructing Alternative Points of View					120
	Jean Rhys's 'Wide Sargasso Sea': 'Just another adaptation'?	124
	J.M. Coetzee's 'Foe' and the Master-Text				131
	Caryl Phillips's 'The Nature of Blood': Interwoven narratives 	
 and circulatory systems					139
	Michael Cunningham's 'The Hours': Riffing on 'Mrs Dalloway'	144
7. 'We "Other Victorians" '; or, Rethinking the Nineteenth Century	149
	Coming out of the shadows: Peter Carey's 'Jack Maggs'		161
8. Stretching History; or, Appropriating the Facts				172
9. Appropriating the Arts and Sciences					184
Afterword									195
Glossary of Selected Terms							200
Bibliography									205
Index										000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Literature -- Adaptations.