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Adapting Poe: Re-Imaginings in Popular Culture [Hardcover]

D. Perry , C. Sederholm

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Poe and the 21st Century Adaptation Renaissance; Dennis R. Perry and Carl H. Sederholm Edgar Allan Poe and the Undeath of the Author; Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock Lusty Ape-men and Imperiled White Womanhood: Reading Race in the 1930s Poe Film Adaptation; Jessica Metzler An 'Ambrosial Breath of Faery': Jean Epstein's La Chute de la Maison Usher and the Inverted Orphism of Poe's 'Poetic Principle'; Saviour Catania Rethinking Fellini's Poe: Non-Places, Media Industries, and the Manic Celebrity; Kevin M. Flanagan Evolutions in Torture: James Wan's Saw as Poe for the 21st Century; Sandra Hughes A Poe within a Poe: Inception's Arabesque Play with 'Ligeia'; Dennis R. Perry Identity Crisis and Personality Disorders in Edgar Allan Poe's 'William Wilson' (1839), David Fincher's Fight Club (1999), and James Mangold's Identity (2003); Alexandra Reuber Horrific Obsessions: Poe's Legacy of the Unreliable and Self-Obsessed Narrator; Rachel McCoppin The Pleasure of Losing One's Way: Adapting Poe's 'The Man of the Crowd'; Rebecca Johinke 'The Tell-Tale Head,' 'The Raven,' and 'Lisa's Rival': Poe meets the Simpsons; Peter Conolly-Smith In the Best Possible Tastes - Rhetoric and Taste in AIP's Promotion of Roger Corman's Poe Cycle; Joan Ormrod From the Earth to Poe to the Moon: The Science Fiction Narrative as Precursor to Technological Reality; Todd Robert Petersen and Kyle William Bishop The Perfect Drug: Edgar Allan Poe as Rock Star; Tony Magistrale That Vexing Power of Perverseness: Approaching Heavy Metal Adaptations of Poe; Carl H. Sederholm Picturing Poe: Contemporary Cultural Implications of Nevermore; Michelle Kay Hansen What Can 'The Tell-Tale Heart' Tell About Gender?; Mary J. Couzelis Comic Book and Graphic Novel Adaptations of the Works of Edgar Allan Poe: A Chronology; M. Thomas Inge The Purloining Critic, Adaptation, Criticism, and the Claim to Meaning; Jason Douglas Quid Pro Quo, or Destination Unknown: Johnson, Derrida, and Lacan Reading Poe; Luiz Fernando Ferreira Sá and Geraldo Magela Cáffaro

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