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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... vol. 9 no. 2 December 2016 of International Research in Children’s Literature est. 2008 International Research in Children's Literature
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* Contents derived from the 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Images of John Stephens : A Personal Tribute, Mark Macleod , single work criticism (p. vii-ix) Section: Editorial
Work in Progress : A Tribute to John Stephens, Kerry Mallan , single work criticism (p. 119-131)
Adaptations for Young Audiences : Critical Challenges, Future Directions, Robyn McCallum , single work criticism

'Historically, literary sources have always provided a rich resource for film narratives, meaning that the history of cinema is closely intertwined with the history of film adaptation. Children’s literature in particular has been a favoured source of represented narratives. Some of the earliest film adaptations were of children’s texts, many of which have been readapted multiple times. Adaptation studies has been a growth area of scholarly research and debate for at least five decades. However, despite the close imbrication of the film industry and children’s literature since the early twentieth century, few adaptation scholars have turned their attention to the rich resource that children’s and youth culture provides. This paper surveys dominant shifts in approaches to adaptation, in particular the shift from ‘fidelity criticism’ to a dialogic intertextual approach; the recent move back to a modified form of ‘fidelity criticism’; and the cultural work that has thus far been achieved in the field of adaptation studies and children’s and youth culture. In doing so it examines the critical challenges faced by scholars in the field and the potent possibilities future scholarship might pursue.'

Source: Edinburgh University Press.

(p. 197-214) Section: Palimpsestuous Intertextualities

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