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Title Shakespeare and Indian cinemas / edited by Poonam Trivedi, Paromita Chakravarti
Edition 1st
Published London : Routledge, 2016
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Series Routledge studies in Shakespeare
Contents <P><STRONG>Introduction</STRONG> <I>Poonam Trivedi and Paromita Chakravarti</I> </P><P><B>Part I.</B> <B>Indigenising the Tragic</B> </P><P>1. Woman as Avenger: 'Indianising' the Shakespearean Tragic in the Films of Vishal Bhardwaj   <EM>Poonam Trivedi</EM> </P><P>2. Eklavya: Shakespeare Meets the<EM> Mahabharata   Robert S White</EM></P><P>3. Reworking Shakespeare in Telugu Cinema: <I>King Lear</I> to <EM>Gunasundari Katha   </EM><EM>Nishi Pulugartha</EM> </P><P>4. Shakespeare in Malayalam Cinema: Cultural and Mythic Interface, Narrative Negotiations   <I>C.S. Venkiteswaran</I> </P><P>5. 'Where art thou Muse that thou forget'st so long,/To speak of that which gives thee all thy might?': <EM>Qayamat </EM><EM>Se Qayamat Tak</EM> (1988) -- A Neglected Shakespeare Film   <EM>Koel Chatterjee</EM> </P><P><B>Part II.</B> <STRONG>Critical Innovations: </STRONG><STRONG>Historiography</STRONG> <STRONG>of Silence and Poetics of <I>Rasa</I></STRONG> </P><P>6. The Indian 'Silent' Shakespeare: Recouping an Archive   <EM>Amrit Gangar</EM> </P><P>7. Shakespeare, Cinema and Indian Poetics   <I>Anil Zankar</I> </P><P><STRONG>Part III. Between the Global and the Local</P></STRONG><P>8. Such a Long Journey: Rohinton Mistry's Parsi <I>King Lear</I> from Fiction to Film <I>Preti Taneja</I> </P><P>9. Cinematic <I>Lears</I> and Bengaliness: Locus, Identity, Language   <I>Paromita Chakravarti</I> </P><P>10. Shakespeare and Indian Independent Cinema: 8 × 10 Tasveer and<EM> 10ml Love   </EM><EM>Varsha Panjwani </EM></P><P>11. "Singing is Such Sweet Sorrow": <I>Ambikapathi,</I> Hollywood Shakespeare and Tamil Cinema's Hybrid Heritage   <I>Thea Buckley</I> </P><P><B>Part IV. Reimagining Gender, Region and Nation</B></P><P>12. Gendered Play and Regional Dialogue in <EM>Nanjundi Kalyana   </EM><EM>Mark Thornton Burnett</EM> </P><P>13. Not the Play but the Playing: Citation of Performing Shakespeare as a Trope in Tamil Cinema   <EM>A. Mangai</EM> </P><P>14.<STRONG> </STRONG>Indianising <EM>The Comedy of Errors: Bhranti Bilash and Its Aftermaths   Amrita Sen</EM></P><P>15. Regional Reflections: Shakespeare in Assamese Cinema   <EM>Parthajit Baruah</EM> </P><P><B>Part V. Interviews</B></P><P><B>Part VI. Filmography</B></P>
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Subject Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Film and video adaptations
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
English drama -- Film adaptations
Film adaptations -- India -- History and criticism
Motion pictures -- India -- History
English drama.
Film adaptations.
Motion pictures.
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Film adaptations.
Form Electronic book
Author Chakravarti, Paromita, editor
Trivedi, Poonam, 1949- editor
ISBN 1317366999