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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Daria Finutikova
Adaptation of Russian Classical Literature and Influence Its Perception in Media on the International Reputation of Russia on the Example of the BBC Series "War and Peace"
Journalism
(Bachelor’s programme)
9
2018
In the research work we suggest the criteria for successful adaptation of a literature work and explore that the adaptation BBC War and Peace 2016 can be considered successful or not. For achieving the goal the following methods will be used: empirical work with materials and expert interviews, theoretical analysis of media sources. We assume that as a result of research we will establish that the British mini-series "War and peace" of 2016 is a successful screen version. The work consists of the title holder, introduction, where we explain the background, the objective of our research and tasks, the professional significance, two chapters, which are justified by the general objective and tasks, conclusions, where we report the results of our research and references.

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