The study focuses on the BBC adaptation of Elizabeth Gaskell's "Cranford", investigating to what extent the BBC episodes depart from the conventions of heritage cinema, and how, given the interpretive work that any transposition entails, the alterations, cuts and additions made to Gaskell’s stories, reflect social, ideological and political aspects of today's Britain.

“Filming Gaskell’s Shorter Fiction”

ANTINUCCI, Raffaella
2011

Abstract

The study focuses on the BBC adaptation of Elizabeth Gaskell's "Cranford", investigating to what extent the BBC episodes depart from the conventions of heritage cinema, and how, given the interpretive work that any transposition entails, the alterations, cuts and additions made to Gaskell’s stories, reflect social, ideological and political aspects of today's Britain.
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