- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- Wayne State University Press
- Howe, Andrew
- 15 Black and White Images
- 234 x 152 x 6 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1723:Standard B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Matte Lam
- 317 g
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The Adaptation of Harry Potter in the Transmedia Age
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An extraordinary body of seminal scholarship, the primary focus of this informed and informative collection is academic, but it will have immense appeal to a broad range of dedicated, non-academic Harry potter fans.--Helen Dumont"Midwest Book Review" (07/01/2018) This collection presents a unique look at the Harry Potter phenomenon that expands on the dialogue about the film adaptation of the novels. The contributors offer very timely discussions on the further reception and transformation of the novels beyond the large screen and to the smaller screens of computers and smartphones.--Cristina Santos "author of Unbecoming Female Monsters: Witches, Vampires and Virgins " In Transforming Harry: The Adaptations of Harry Potter in the Transmedia Age, editors John Alberti and P. Andrew Miller have used all the spells in their litany to collect a powerful series of essays about adaptations of the popular Harry Potter series. They've used accio scholarship to bring invigorating analyses of fandom, transmediation, and adaptation; alohomora to unlock the secrets of the series; and aparecium to reveal the cultural, political, aesthetic, and pedagogical dimensions of the series in the digital age. This is one collection that all Potter scholars and fans must read!--Paul Booth "author of Digital Fandom 2.0, Game Play, and Playing Fans "
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John Alberti is professor of English and chair of the English department at Northern Kentucky University. He has published in the areas of cinema studies, writing studies, popular culture, including Screen Ages: A Survey of American Cinema. P. Andrew Miller is professor of English at Northern Kentucky University. He has published articles on pop culture, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer and The X-Men.