Frontline drama 4: adapting classics
Four superlative stage adaptations by contemporary playwrights, giving bold new interpretations of classic novelsThis volume, relaunching the Frontline Intelligence series, contains stage adaptations by contemporary dramatists of well-known, well-loved classics. Included are Jane Austen's "Emma" by Michael Fry, John Cleland's "The Life and Times of Fanny Hill" by April De Angelis, Charles Dickens's "Great Expectations" by John Clifford and George Eliot's "The Mill on the Floss" by Helen Edmundson. The introduction by Michael Fry discusses the issue of adapting classics in context.
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