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Television adaptations

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Genre/Form termTelevision adaptations
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Found inMoving image genre-form guide online, August 20, 2007: (Adaptation: fiction or nonfiction work taken from a work already existing in another medium, such as a book, short story, comic strip, radio program, or play)
Yee, Martha M. Moving image materials : genre terms, 1988: p. 25 (Adaptations: use for a work which has been created by the modification of another work in order to transpose it from one medium to another)
LCSH, Aug. 20, 2007: (hdg.: Television adaptations)
Middlemarch : the magnificent BBC TV dramatisation of the epic story of love, politics and frustrated passion in 19th century England, 1994.
Pride and prejudice : the stunning BBC TV dramatisation of a classic romance, 1997.
OCLC, Jan. 19, 2016 (notes: A BBC Television dramatization of Shakespeare's play entitled, Hamlet; Television dramatization of the Chinese classic Dream of the Red Chamber, which tells the saga of four wealthy families in the heyday of the Chʻing dynasty; A made-for-television dramatization of William Shakespeare's play about power, assassination and revenge; A television dramatization of the children's book Kaitangata twitch by Margaret Mahy; Television dramatization of William Shakespeare's play: Love's labour's lost; A made-for-television dramatization of F. Scott Fitzgerald's Tender is the night; Television dramatisation of the romance between Queen Victoria and her German-born consort Prince Albert, from 1837 to 1861; New TV dramatisation of the post-apocalyptic drama, based on the John Wyndham novel)
Cuddon, J.A. A dictionary of literary terms and literary theory, 1998 (dramatization: The act of making a play out of a story in another genre; from a chronicle, novel, short story and so forth; it is a practice by no means extinct, as television and recent theatrical history amply demonstrate)
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