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Hunger Unpublished, Mark Axelrod Dec 1996

Hunger Unpublished, Mark Axelrod

English Faculty Articles and Research

How Mark Axelrod lined up some of the world’s finest writers on one of the world’s biggest issues – and still couldn’t get them into print.


Double Fortune, Dan Bentley-Baker Nov 1996

Double Fortune, Dan Bentley-Baker

FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Double Fortune is a novel relating events taking place in Miami, Central America, and The Bahama Bank in October and November, 1983. The main character, Michael Hayden, is a free-lance music producer who has become jaded and impotent. A chance encounter on the Bay with Marisol, a Salvadoran heiress, and Hector, her brother, propels him into a complex plot to expatriate money through U.S. government channels. Willy, a brooding Cuban bodyguard hired to protect and instruct the Salvadorans, emerges as both nemesis and key to the duplicities of the scheme. The final showdown involves the four of them on ...


Once Upon A Time In Hollywood; Or, The Commodification Of Form In The Adaptation Of Fictional Texts To The Hollywood Cinema, Mark Axelrod Oct 1996

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood; Or, The Commodification Of Form In The Adaptation Of Fictional Texts To The Hollywood Cinema, Mark Axelrod

English Faculty Articles and Research

Examines the adaptation of fictional texts to the cinema in the United States. Importance of the narrative's structure; Required characteristics of the narrative; Issues on the selection of works.


New Tricks (1996), James Swanson, Alie Wireinga, Ann Weber, Brian Eitemiller, Loretta Gordon, Brenda Eitemiller, Lorynda J. Eekhoff, Jason Dauwen Apr 1996

New Tricks (1996), James Swanson, Alie Wireinga, Ann Weber, Brian Eitemiller, Loretta Gordon, Brenda Eitemiller, Lorynda J. Eekhoff, Jason Dauwen

New Tricks

Welcome to the latest issue of New Tricks, a literary magazine published by the DSU chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, an international honor society for English students. Literary magazines, showcasing talents of DSU students and faculty, have been published intermittently by DSU organizations. In 1995 Sigma Tau Delta chose the magazine as its major project, along with several activities emphasizing literary appreciation. This project has been made possible through the efforts of several already very busy people. We would like to thank all the students and faculty who submitted their works. We extend special thanks to James Swanson and to ...


Beginner's Luck: A Screen Play, Marissa Lee Mar 1996

Beginner's Luck: A Screen Play, Marissa Lee

Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects

No abstract provided.


The Watermark: A Journal Of The Arts - Vol. 04 - 1996-1997, University Of Massachusetts Boston Jan 1996

The Watermark: A Journal Of The Arts - Vol. 04 - 1996-1997, University Of Massachusetts Boston

The Watermark: A Journal of the Arts (1993-ongoing)

No abstract provided.