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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 43, Number 1

Preface to 43:1 (full text online), by David T. Johnson



 Issue includes David Banash on Psycho in contemporary novels, Kirsten L. Parkinson on Jane Eyre, Gregory Alan Phipps on There Will Be Blood, Eric D. Smith on Eddie and the Cruisers, Gertjan Willems on Adaptation Policy in Flanders, and Laurence Raw’s book reviews of Descriptive Adaptation Studies: Epistemological and Methodological Issues and Jane Campion and Adaptation: Angels, Demons and Unsettling Voices.   To order a copy of this issue, click here