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‘Adaptation through Landscape: The Ruling Class’
British film adaptations of novels and plays set in country estates frequently carry a much greater emphasis on landscape gardens than their source texts. This interpolation of landscape seems, therefore, to be intrinsic ...
‘The Figure (and Disfigurement) in the Landscape: The Go-Between’
The Go-Between (Joseph Losey, 1971) makes the causal links between the body and the country estate in which it performs ironically explicit. These links are brutal. The country estate’s grounds have been landscaped and its ...