A Cinematic Translation of Ionel Teodoreanu's Lorelei: Creating a Film Script from a Classic Romanian Novel
By: Doris Plantus-Runey (author)Hardback
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Having earned his place in Romanian literary history with his consummate trilogy, "La Medeleni", Ionel Teodoreanu published "Lorelei" in 1935. His critics challenged the dense figurative style of Lorelei, thus it would not enjoy wide dissemination in translation. This study of the translation and adaptation of "Lorelei" argues that creative processes, both separately and collectively, earn value as primary and generative productions of literary and cinematic text.
Doris Plantus-Runey is Professor of English at Oakland University.
Preface; Foreword by Brian McFarlane; Acknowledgements; 1. The Train Station in Iasi; 2. The Structure of the Argument; 3. Interdisciplinary Claims; 4. Lorelei, the Novel; 5. Lorelei, the Adaptation; 6. Reflections; Notes; Bibliography; Index.
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