NEW: "Why We Are Becoming Open Access," By Elsie Walker

Welcome to Literature/Film Quarterly


Final Issue In Print!!!!

Issue includes 

Elsie Walker's Editorial, "The Ever-Widening Conversations of LFQ, and Our Move to Open Access," Benjamin Hilb on Chimes at Midnight, Antony Johae on Romeo+Juliet, Tessa MacLean on The Great Gatsby, Kate McQuiston on The Long Goodbye, J. Asia Rowe on Othello and O, and Laurence
OuterSpeares: Shakespeare, Intermedia, and the Limits of Adaptation

To order a copy of this issue, click here.

To read the full text of the Letter from the Co-Editor, by Elsie Walker, click here.

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