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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 2005 The Difficulties of Translating Peter Carey's Postmodern Fiction into Popular Film
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Argues that 'the film adaptations of Carey's fiction seem to pull the work away from the postmodern aesthetic and, as a consequence, away from what Carey was positing through its use. The films offer something more modern or realistic, thereby confusing or altering Carey's themes' (81).

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