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1 ; Angelsen, Ingrid Marie.
Updating Wentworth for a modern audience: Persuasion in fan fiction. Trondheim: NTNU 2018
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2 ; Gran, Sigrid Storhaug.
Narrative techniques in the novel and the film We Need to Talk About Kevin. Trondheim: NTNU 2018
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3 ; Hjermann, Øystein.
Wickedness in politics: A House of Cards. Trondheim: NTNU 2018
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4 ; Lundbø, Camilla Ingebrigtsen.
No Fear Shakespeare: Disseminating Hamlet through adaptation. Trondheim: NTNU 2018
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5 ; Melvær, Tor Watten.
Imagining the unimaginable: Lovecraft in popular culture. Trondheim: NTNU 2018
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6 ; Myrvang, Olav Kjetil.
'Because I don't want to be a pirate': A contextual study of the representation of Long John Silver in Treasure Island and Black Sails. Trondheim: NTNU 2018
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7 ; Skorstad, Vanja Garcia.
From the Little Mermaid and the Snow Queen to Ariel and Elsa: The development of the Disney princess through adaptation. Trondheim: NTNU 2018
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8 ; Thon, Benedicte.
Representing evil: Harry Potter from page to screen. Trondheim: NTNU 2018
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9 Løfaldli, Eli.
Gutta på tur: Manndom i eksport av Nordic Noir. Omskrivingens politikk; 2017-12-06 - 2017-12-06
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10 Løfaldli, Eli.
Staging Henry Fielding: The Author-Narrator in Tom Jones On Screen. Authorship 2017 ;Volum 6.(1) s. -
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11 Løfaldli, Eli; Greenall, Annjo Klungervik.
Translation and Adaptation as Recontextualization: The Case of Nordic Noir. Intersemiotic Translation, Adaptation, Transposition: Saying Almost the Same Thing?; 2017-11-10 - 2017-11-12
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12 Løfaldli, Eli.
'Representations of the Author-Narrator in Tom Jones (1749, 1963, 1997)'. Authorship and Appropriation; 2016-04-08 - 2016-04-09
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13 Løfaldli, Eli.
'Taking 'different steps': Experts explain the challenges, advantages of adapting novels into films'. Deseret News [Avis] 2016-07-01
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14 Løfaldli, Eli.
'The Terrorist as Quixote: The Case of Anders Behring Breivik'. I: Litteratur og terror. Volden, politikken, estetikken. Novus Forlag 2016 ISBN 9 788270998524. s. 233-256
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15 Bragstad, Marianne Leirvik.
A new framework in adaptation studies: Adapting adaptation theories: Cultural economy theory, meme theory and The Blind Side. : NTNU 2015 82 s.
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16 Buer, Eva Madeleine.
Lydia Bennet in unknown territory: Adapting Pride and Prejudice's feistiest lady to YouTube and the graphic novel. : NTNU 2015 53 s.
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17 Gabrielsen, Espen.
The lives and times of Professor Moriarty: Investigating the otherness of Sherlock Holmes's arch-enemy. : NTNU 2015 57 s.
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18 Haugen, Svein Jørgen R..
Cultural context and masculinity in The Office UK and The Office US: A comparative analysis. : NTNU 2015 50 s.
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19 Jones, Tom; Løfaldli, Eli.
Appropriation of and in the eighteenth century. Forum for modern language studies 2015 ;Volum 51.(2) s. 91-99
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A New Framework in Adaption Studies Adapting Adaptation Theories: Cultural Economy Theory, Meme Theory and The Blind Side. : NTNU grafisk senter 2015
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21 Løfaldli, Eli.
Engelsk litteraturhistorie på dansk: Tue Andersen Nexø: Ikke de voldsomme: Politisk offentlighed og offentlig skønlitteratur, England 1640-1750. Norsk litteraturvitenskapelig tidsskrift 2015 ;Volum 18.(1) s. 86-89
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22 Løfaldli, Eli.
'Leave the Character of Graveairs in the Country': Eighteenth-Century London in Adaptation. Adaptation and the Metropolis; 2015-09-24 - 2015-09-25
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23 Løfaldli, Eli.
For filmens skyld. Under Dusken [Avis] 2014-09-09
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24 Løfaldli, Eli.
Masteroppgaven i lektorprogrammet: Disiplinfag og/eller fagdidaktikk?. Masteroppgaven i NTNUs lektorutdanning; 2014-10-27 - 2014-10-27
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25 Løfaldli, Eli.
Mind the Gap: Methodological Challenges in Adaptation Studies. 'There and Back Again': Adaptation as Oscillation; 2014-12-08 - 2014-12-08
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26 ; Hanger, Frank Ove Røkke.
Images of Storm. Nature's Voice on Wuthering Heights. Trondheim, Norge: NTNU 2014 49 s.
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27 ; Markaki, Maria Dorothea Haaberg.
Hunters adn Seekers. An analysis of A.S. Byatt's Possession: A Romance in View of Focault's author-funcion. Trondheim, Norge: NTNU 2014 31 s.
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28 ; Wahlstrøm, Ingri.
Intertextuality in the Perks of Being a Wallflower. Coming -of-Age Novels in the Twentieth Century. : NTNU 2014 55 s.
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29 Einum, Even.
From Text to Sound - Retelling time and place in "Barry Lyndon" through film music. Trondheim: NTNU 2013 103 s.
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30 Løfaldli, Eli.
Filmer for fansen. Under Dusken [Avis] 2013-01-29
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31 Løfaldli, Eli.
'The long expected ball at Netherfield' on screen. Kjærlighet i 200 år: En hyllest til Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice (1813); 2013-11-09 - 2013-11-09
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32 Løfaldli, Eli.
The terrorist as quixote: Truth vs. fiction. Litteratur og terror (NorLit-konferansen 2013); 2013-08-22 - 2013-08-24
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33 Løfaldli, Eli.
Uncovering male modesty. The Eighteenth Century in Practice: The First Nordic Conference for Eigheenth-Century Studies; 2013-08-28 - 2013-08-31
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34 Løfaldli, Susann Karen.
Jim and Arthur as 'angry young men'. A study of Lucky Jim and Saturday Night and Sunday Morning. Trondheim: NTNU 2013 51 s.
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35 Grolid, Ida.
"The Fair Ophelia" A comparative Study of Screen Interpretations of Ophelia from William Shakespeare's Hamlet. Trondheim: Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet 2012 57 s.
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36 Lyngstad, Marit Elise.
Originality, Intertextuality and Subjective Reading: Cormac McCarthy's The Road as an appropriation of J.M. Coetzee's Life & Times of Michael K. Trondheim: Norges Teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet 2012
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37 Løfaldli, Eli.
Quixotic Book Consumption in Henry Fielding's Joseph Andrews. I: Each Other's Yarns: Essays on Narrative and Critical Method for Jeremy Hawthorn. Novus Forlag 2012 ISBN 978-82-7099-687-2. s. 57-70
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38 Nilsen, Siv Astri.
Gulliver Across Borders. A Study of Satire and Context in Norwegian Translations of Gulliver's Travels. Trondheim: Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet 2012 86 s.
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39 Sørbø, Anna Sunniva.
"If to divert and entertain, and at the same time to instruct and improve". didactism in the early British Bildungsroman. Trondheim: Norges teknsik-naturvitenskapelige universitet 2012 84 s.
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40 Haugen, Ingeborg Lynghaug.
Exploring Treacure Island and the Kingdom of Wisdom: Entertainment, Instruction and the Reader in Children's Literature. : Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet 2011 48 s.
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41 Haugland, Bjørn André.
"Of Pilferers Accurst, the Literary Thief's the Worst": Plagiarism in Eighteenth-Century Britain. : Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet 2011 52 s.
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42 Løfaldli, Eli.
Adaptasjonsteori for lærere. Gjesteforelesning; 2011-05-04 - 2011-05-04
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43 Nordtug, Linda Beate.
Challenging Gender Roles. Examining Revolutionary Road with an emphasis on how it problematizes and illustrates the challenging surrounding the strict gender roles of 1950s America. : Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet 2011 45 s.
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44 Solheim, Hanne.
Adapting Jane Eyre's inner world: A comparative study of Zeffirelli's 1996 cinema adaption and Young's 1997 television adaption. : Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet 2011 80 s.
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45 Løfaldli, Eli.
Appropriation in and of Eighteenth-Century Culture. Appropriation in and of Eighteenth-Century Culture; 2010-12-09 - 2010-12-10
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46 Løfaldli, Eli.
Literary Appropriation in the Eighteenth Century: Theoretical Challenges and Methodological Problems. British Society of Eighteenth-Century Society Annual Conference; 2010-01-05 - 2010-01-07
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47 ; Engvik, Hildegunn Bergli.
A Study on Graphic Adaptions of "Beowulf". "Beowulfian" Graphic Adaptions in the Light of Current Adaption Theory. Trondheim: NTNU 2010 48 s.
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48 ; Kvaal, Mette Høgholen.
Virtue Rewarded - Or, Feign'd Innoncence Detected? A Comparative Analysis of Samuel Richardson's "Pamela" and Two Appropriations: Eliza Haywood's "Anti-Pamela" and Upton Sinclair's "Another Pamela". Trondheim: NTNU 2010 49 s.
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49 ; Mortensen, Maria.
All children, except one, grow up. Trondheim: NTNU 2010 40 s.
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50 Løfaldli, Eli.
The Wigless Wildgoose:The Semiotics of the (Absent) Wig in Richard Graves’ The Spiritual Quixote. BSECS 38th Annual Conference; 2009-01-06 - 2009-01-08
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