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Issue includes 

Elsie Walker on "Adaptations as Embodiments of Interpretation," Victoria de Zwaan on Fidelity and Midnight’s ChildrenMatt Harle on The Proust Screenplay and the Harold Pinter Archive, Vivian Kao on OrlandoJennifer Kirby on A Clockwork Orange, Joy McEntee on The Manchurian Candidateand Laurence Raw, in a book review, on Adaptation Theory and Criticism: Postmodern Literature and Cinema in the USA.

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