Altering Horizons: an aesthetic of reception and reproduction in <em>Oscar and Lucinda</em>
Keywords:Peter Carey, Gillian Armstrong, film adaptation
AbstractThe paper examines the changing conditions under which Oscar and Lucinda was read, interpreted, translated and reproduced using the theories of Jauss and Iser, with particular reference to the film adaptation.
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