Her research interests include the construction and representation of social identities with a focus on gender, religion and race/ethnicity.Email: This study explores a 2003 Mollywood adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice (1813), an adaptation originally entitled Pride and Prejudice – A Latter-day Comedy which was the first feature film by Latter-day director Andrew Black.When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.To learn more about Amazon Sponsored Products, click here.New voices such as Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Benjam═n Alire Sêenz join well-loved classics by Dostoevsky, Rossetti, and Eliot. This rich anthology will draw you deeper into God's presence through the medium of the imagination.Praise for Sarah Arthur's literary guides: "A rich feast." — Lauren F.At the same time, our detailed knowledge of Austens original texts and contexts allows us to identify important parallels and differences, which in turn reveal the strategies employed by the adapter to appeal to her or his anticipated audience.What we gain from such scrutiny is a fuller appreciation of what is indeed universalor can be claimed to be soabout Austens writing, as well as of what is at stake for the adapter in making such a claim.
Irén Annus is Associate Professor of American Studies and member of the Gender Studies Research Group at the Institute of English and American Studies, University of Szeged, Hungary.More difficult, perhaps, than any other truth we may glimpse in the midst of what we know as 'the time being,' is the efficacy of penitential prayer; most elusive is the 'bright sorrow' that couples our repentance with joy. With this book, many will find their way to this inestimable blessing." — Scott Cairns, Author of Slow Pilgrim: The Collected Poems Other Literary Guides by Sarah Arthur: At the Still Point: A Literary Guide to Prayer in Ordinary Time, and Light Upon Light: A Literary Guide to Prayer for Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany Sarah Arthur is a graduate of Wheaton College and Duke Divinity School. Experience the liturgical seasons of Lent, Holy Week, and Eastertide in the company of poets and novelists from across the centuries.This third literary guide compiled by Sarah Arthur completes the church calendar with daily and weekly readings for Lent and Easter from classic and contemporary literature.