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?Recreations of an existing text provide not only a new text, but a new reading of prior text.? Emma and Clueless comparison
?Recreations of an existing text provide not only a new text, but a new reading of prior text.?
Amy Heckerling?s ?Clueless? is an appropriated text of Jane Austen?s ?Emma?. Amy Heckerling has transformed Emma, by taking it from one context and transforming it into another. This transformation has allowed new insight into the original text and emphasized the contextual differences between the two.
By recreating Emma, Amy Heckerling has not only provided a new text, but she has also provided a new reading of the original text.
Clueless classifies as a modern day ?teen pic?. Heckerling, th…
- ?Recreations of an existing text provide not only a new text, but a new reading of prior text.? Emma and Clueless comparison
- Analyse the transpostion of one literary text to film, discussing which features of the literary text are cut in the process and which features are focus upon/expanded. I have chosen to analyse chapter One of The English Patient entitled The Villa
- Leonardo Da Vinci one of the greatest artists pertold in history. He created several tremendous and infamous art pieces including "The Mona Lisa." This was only one of his several extradinary works.
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