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Mind The Gap Between the Screen and the Page: Russian Film Adaptations of Foreign Literary Works

A Research Guide to Accompany the Spring 2014 Slavic Film Series Devoted to Adaptations of the Russian Classics

Scholarship on Russian Film Adaptations of Foreign Literary Works

Moore, T.A.C. Kozintsev's Shakespeare films : Russian political protest in Hamlet and King Lear. Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Co. Inc., 2012. Firestone: PN1998.3.K69 M55 2012

Catania, S. "“Darkness Rumbling”: Kozintsev's “Karòl Lier” and the Visual Acoustics of Nothing." Literature Film Quarterly 36.2 (2008): 85-93. Firestone: PN1995.3 .L5847

Deltcheva, R.; Vlasov, E. "Back to the House, II: On the Chronotopic and Ideological Reinterpretation of Lem's Solaris in Tarkovsky's Film." Russian Review: An American Quarterly Devoted to Russia Past and Present 56.4 (1997): 532-49.

Heine, E. "Controlling and Controlled: Ophelia and the Ghost as Defined by Music in Grigori Kozintsev's Hamlet." Literature Film Quarterly 37.2 (2009): 109-123. Firestone: PN1995.3 .L5847

Jorgens, J. J. "Image And Meaning In The Kizintsev Hamlet." Literature Film Quarterly 1.4 (1973): 307. Firestone: PN1995.3 .L5847

Osborne, L. E. "Filming Shakespeare in a Cultural Thaw: Soviet Appropriations of Shakespearean Treacheries in 1955-6." Textual Practice 9.2 (1995): 325-47. Firestone: PN771 .T49

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