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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.