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Title: Constructing the female Narrative interface between literature and film
Researcher: V.S. Sujitha
Guide(s): N.Prasanthakumar
Keywords: Arts and Humanities,Literature,Literature
Discourse, The Tempest, Counter-discourse
University: Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit
Completed Date: 2017
Abstract: Literature and film are two major texts through which dominant ideologies are newlineconstructed and propagated. In the case of adaptations, the dominant discourses newlinepervasive in the literary text may be appropriated culturally or ideologically when newlinetransferred to a new text in the visual medium. This appropriation or transference may newlinebe for aesthetic or political reasons. The visual text becomes a space wherein the newlinedominant discourses constructed within the text can be reconstructed or countered. newlineThis study analyzes how the dominant discourses constructed within the newlineShakespearean play The Tempest is reconstructed in John Gorrie s adaptation and newlinecountered in Julie Taymor s adaptation. newline
Pagination: 260p
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/236579
Appears in Departments:Department of English

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