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Author: Leonard Mustazza
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Title: The Literary Filmography: Preface, A-L : 6,200 Adaptations of Books, Short Stories And Other Nondramatic Works (Literary Filmography)
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Publisher: McFarland & Company (May 17, 2006)
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The Literary Filmography: Preface, A-L : 6,200 Adaptations of Books, Short Stories And Other Nondramatic Works (Literary Filmography) by Leonard Mustazza



The Literary Filmography: 6,200 Adaptations of Books, Short Stories And Other Nondramatic Works: M-Z Bibliography, Index by Leonard Mustazza. Entries are arranged alphabetically by literary title with cross-listings for films made under different titles.

The Literary Filmography : 6,200 Adaptations of Books, Short Stories and Other Nondramatic Works. Well-known literary works such as Dickens's A Christmas Carol and Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter were adapted to film in the silent era, as were such books as Thomas Dixon's J. s The Klansman, basis for the film Birth of a Nation.

Well-known literary works such as Dickens's ""A Christmas Carol"" and Hawthorne's ""The Scarlet Letter"" were adapted to film in the era, as were such books as Thomas. ru/books/about/The Literary Filmography Preface A L. The Literary Filmography: Preface, A-L Literary Filmography Series (Том 1) The Literary Filmography: 6,200 Adaptations of Books, Short Stories and Other Nondramatic Works (Том 1), Leonard Mustazza, ISBN 0786424710, 9780786424719.

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Books by Leonard Mustazza, The Literary Filmography, Ol'Blue Eyes, Forever pursuing Genesis, "Such prompt eloquence", Sinatra, an annotated bibliography, 1939-1998, The Literary Filmography: Preface, A-L, The Literary Filmography: 6,200 Adaptations of Books, Short Stories And Other Nondramatic Works, Frank Sinatra and popular culture.

Leonard Mustazza is Director of Academic Affairs and Professor of English and American Studies  . Discover new books on Goodreads. See if your friends have read any of Leonard Mustazza's books. Leonard Mustazza’s Followers. None yet. Leonard Mustazza. Leonard Mustazza is Director of Academic Affairs and Professor of English and American Studies. The Literary Filmography: 6,200 Adaptations of Books, Short Stories and Other Nondramatic Works.

I have published books on American popular icon Frank Sinatra and a book on the television talk show and its deleterious effects on our culture. I am currently working on an encyclopedia of film adaptations of literary works, which will include entries on more than 5,000 print titles (novels, short stories,.

From the very infancy of the film industry, filmmakers have relied heavily upon literature as the foundation for their movie material. Well-known literary works such as Dickens’s A Christmas Carol and Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter were adapted to film in the silent era, as were such books as Thomas Dixon’s Jr.’s The Klansman, basis for the film Birth of a Nation. In recent years, Nick Hornsby’s About a Boy and each of Helen Fielding’s Bridget Jones’s Diary novels were the basis for popular movies bearing the same names. A guide to English-language works that have been adapted as theatrical and television films, this volume includes books (both fiction and non-fiction), short stories, newspaper and magazine articles and poems. Entries are arranged alphabetically by literary title with cross-listings for films made under different titles. Each entry includes the original work’s title, author, year of first publication, literary prizes, and a brief plot summary. Information on film adaptation(s) of the work, including adaptation titles, director, screenwriter, principal cast and the names of the characters they portray, major awards, and availability in the most common formats (DVD, VHS), is also offered. The book is published as a set of two volumes. Replacement volumes can be obtained individually under ISBN 0-7864-2503-2 (for Volume 1) and ISBN 0-7864-2504-0 (for Volume 2).