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Orlando by Kiran Chohan,

Sally Potter's approach to gender in her adaptation

Intertextuality- Orlando by Natalie Marcus,

Intertextuality in Orlando, in what ways are the aims of Woolf and Potterthe same/different? by Sophie Durham,

An exploration into the ways in which Woolf and Potter construct their versions of Orlando and how these show similar motives as authors, or perhaps how these motives might differ, possibly due to the fact that they use different mediums to tell the same story.

Scriptwriting, Adaptation, Picking Potters Brains by Stephanie Hartop, Student in Fine Art and Histor

My Default Pathway by Harveen Panesar, Student

The Transition from Novel to Film by Emma Hancock-Taylor, Student

The Literary Process of Adaptation by Emma Lieberman, Student

In a novel-to-film adaptation, one of the most interesting things to do is look at the source novel and see how it differs from the screenplay. Film is a visual medium, making it very different from the literary medium of the novel, but the adapted screenplay is like the bridge between the two, and can show the most striking resemblances and differences between the two versions of the story.

Orlando's Direct Address by Taylor McCausland, Student

An exploration of how Sally Potter's use of direct-to-camera address in Orlando functions as a way of adapting Woolf's literary voice to the screen.

Description Black and white A4 computer printed, Paper, Revised draft of screenplay
Asset ID SPA0000010
Date 01/05/1990