Table of contents for Zola and film : essays in the art of adaptation / edited by Anna Gural-Migdal and Robert Singer ; with a foreword by Brigitte Emile-Zola.

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments	vii
Foreword Brigitte âmile-Zola	1
Introduction Robert Singer	5
 1. Antoine's Version of La Terre: An Experiment
 in Naturalist Cinema Russell Cousins	15
 2. Eisenstein and Zola: Naturalism, Cinema,
 and Mythography Tony Williams	00
 3. Staging the Courtesan: Taking Zola's Nana 
 to the Movies Heather Howard	00
 4. From Theater to Cinema: Jean Renoir's
 Adaptation of Nana Katherine Golsan	00
 5. The Eye Behind the Writing Hand: Surveillance and
 Adaptation in La BÉte humaine Monica Filimon	00
 6. "La Ranìon du progrÅs": Naturalistic Discourse
 and Two Adaptations of Zola's Au Bonheur
 des Dames Klaus Peter Walter	00
 7. Viewing Au Bonheur des Dames in the Context 
 of Occupied France Jennifer Wolter	00
 8. ThÄrÅse Raquin in a Fog-Covered Corner
 Alicja Helman	000
 9. Ideology and Focalization in Gervaise:
 The AurenchÄbost/RenÄ ClÄment Treatment
 Russell Cousins	000
10. The Female Reader in Pot-Bouille and 
 Duvivier's Cinematic Representation
 Elisabeth-Christine Muelsch	000
11. The Fabrication of Claude Berri's Germinal
 Anna Gural-Migdal	000
12. Nostalgia Is Hard to Let Go: The French
 Communist Party's Reception of Claude Berri's
 Filmic Adaptation of Germinal Laurent Marie	000
13. "At the Still Point": Framing the Naturalist Moment
 Robert Singer	000
Select Filmography	000
About the Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Zola, Emile, 1840-1902 -- Film and video adaptations.
Motion pictures and literature -- France.