Stories of the Past

Stories of the Past

Viewing History through Fiction

Sidestone Press






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1 Introduction 1.1 Stories of the Past 1.2 History and Fiction 1.3 Beyond the Novel 1.4 A Fiction 'Process' 1.5 Overall Structure 2 The Literary Tourism Process 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Thomas Hardy - Wessex and Dorset 2.3 Jane Austen - Interpretation through Association 2.4 Conclusion: Literary Tourism and the Classic Fiction Process Model 3 The Adaptation Process 3.1 Introduction 3.2 The 'Classic' Novel Canon and Film and TV adaptations 3.3 Far from the Madding Crowd - Recreating Wessex 3.4 North and South - Consumer Perceptions of Milton 3.5 Conclusion: Adaptation and the Classic Fiction Process Model 4 The Critical Process 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Thomas Hardy and the London Critics 4.3 Elizabeth Gaskell and William Rathbone Greg 4.4 Conclusion: Criticism and the Classic Fiction Process Model 5 The Writing Process 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Jane Austen and Hampshire 5.3 Elizabeth Gaskell and Manchester 5.4 Conclusion: Writing and the Classic Fiction Process Model 6 J.B. Priestley's The Good Companions - Discerning History 6.1 Introduction 6.2 J.B. Priestley and The Good Companions 6.3 Mind Mapping the World of The Good Companions 6.3.1 Mind Maps as a technique 6.3.2 Mind Mapping - Analysis and Summary 6.4 Textual Interpretation of the Yorkshire of The Good Companions 6.4.1 Interpretive Footnotes as a technique 6.4.2 Textual interpretation - Analysis and Summary 6.5 Analysing Adaptations of the World of The Good Companions 6.5.1 The Good Companions on Film 6.5.2 Comparing adaptations - Faithfulness to the Novel 6.5.3 Comparing Adaptations - Faithfulness to the Period 6.5.4 Comparing Adaptations - Summary 6.6 Visiting Priestley's World 6.6.1 Priestley and Bradford 6.6.2 Visiting the Bradford of The Good Companions and Bright Day 6.6.3 Visiting Priestley's World - Summary 6.7 Conclusion: The Good Companions as a Historical Resource 7 Stories of the Past: Conclusions
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adaptation; classic fiction; criticism; fiction; fiction process; history; interpretation; perception; Post-Medieval/Modern History; reception