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Literature and Film   Tags: english literature, film, shakespeare  

Resources from the Cressman Library collection dealing with the relationship between Literature and Film
Last Updated: Mar 3, 2016 URL: Print Guide

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Literature and Film

Literature has served as a basis for film for decades, and much has been written on the relationship between the page and screen and how that relationship can be discussed and analyzed. This LibGuide focuses on that relationship, and includes links to books, eBooks, and journals that discuss literature and film, as well as examples of films inspired by great works of literature.

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