Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 4, No. 67.  Sunday, 7 February 1993.
From:           Hardy M. Cook <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Sunday, February 7, 1993
Subject:        LFQ's Special Issue: Shakespeare -- Film & Television
*Literature/Film Quarterly*'s latest issue (20.4), dedicated exclusively to
Shakespeare on Film and Television, is now available.  Below is a listing of
its Table of Contents.
     Michael Pursell (Gedling English Faculty, Nottingham)
          Playing the Game: Branagh's *Henry V*
     Patricia E. Tatspaugh (American Heritage, London)
          Theatrical Influences on Kenneth Branagh's Film of *Henry V*
     Sara Munson Deats (University of South Florida)
          Rabbits and Ducks: Olivier, Branagh, and *Henry V*
     Todd Gilman (University of Toronto)
          The Textual Fabric of Peter Brook's *King Lear*:
           "Holes" in Cinema, Screenplay, and Playtext
     Mary Z. Maher (University of Arizona)
          At Last, An American Hamlet for Television
     William Van Watson (Washington University in St. Louis)
          Shakespeare, Zeffirelli, and the Homosexual Gaze
     Hardy M. Cook (Bowie State University)
          Jane Howell's BBC First Tetralogy:
           Theatrical and Televisual Manipulation

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