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Literature/Film Quarterly is is the longest standing academic journal devoted to the study of adaptation; it is edited and published at Salisbury University.  To read more about our journal, click here.

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Current Issue:  Volume 42, Number 4

Preface to 42:4 (full text online), by Elsie Walker



 Issue includes Kamilla Elliott’s State-of-the-Field Essay, Erskine-Award-winner Sarah Berry on Lyric Intertitles, Madhurima Chakraborty on The Namesake, Judy Kem on Alain Resnais, Rachel McLennan on Benjamin Button, and Kimberly Galloway's book review of Cultural Afterlives and Screen Adaptations of Classic Literature: Wuthering Heights and Company.   To order a copy of this issue, click here