Category Archives: adaptations

Hoosier Authors: George Barr McCutcheon

*Post written by James Wethington, library assistant of the University Archives and Special Collections. Moving along in “Hoosier Authors”, we have focused on children’s literature and basic fiction novels. Today, we continue our focus in fiction literature with author, George … Continue reading

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The Summer of Books and Blockbusters

Yep, I’m talking about adaptations again. Look, I’m about to graduate, I love movies and books, and I’m running out of excuses to write about them, so just sit back and enjoy. Because the dry spell is ending! We are almost … Continue reading

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The Book Came First

You know what the best part of the start of April was? Not the chance to play stupid pranks on my roommate, not the license to post 100% fake stuff on Facebook (because no one normally does that)….. it was the … Continue reading

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Rockin’ Movies, Marlon Brando, and Awkward Attempts at Film Adaptation and Censorship

All my life, I have loved movies. All sorts of them, from comedies to drama, from explosion-heavy action flicks to artsy foreign films, I can find something to like in pretty much any genre imaginable. I also love talking about … Continue reading

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But the Book is Better!

Like the sun rising, and the summer turning into fall, some things are inevitable. They have happened for eons, and they will surely continue. Another inevitable part of life is that when a book is fairly popular, there will be … Continue reading

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