is the longest standing academic journal devoted to the study of
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Volume 41, Number 2:
Includes articles on Jarman's The Tempest,
Almereyda and Doran's Hamlets, Welles's Macbeth,
"Radical Reflexivity in Cinematic Adaptation," and book reviews
of Hitchcock at the Source: The Auteur as Adaptor, A Theory of Adaptation,
Welsh Mythology and Folklore in Popular Culture, and
Hideous Progeny: Disability, Eugenics, and Classic Horror Cinema.
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this issue, click here.