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Introduction Theorising Textual and Visual Encounters Mary Orr: Intertextuality: Old Debates in New Contexts Harish Trivedi: Anglophone Transnation, Postcolonial Translation: The Book and the Film as Namesakes Renate Brosch: Migrating Images and Communal Experience Textual Encounters Caroline Lusin: Encountering Darkness: Intertextuality and Polyphony in J.M. Coetzee's Dusklands (1974) and Matthew Kneale's English Passengers (2000) Georgiana Banita: Affect, Kitsch and Transnational Literature: Azar Nafisi's "Portable Worlds" Walter Goebel: Washington Irving's "Rip van Winkle", A Postcolonial Reading or: In Search of a Usable Past Irina Bauder-Begerow: Echoing Dickens: Three Rewritings of Great Expectations Sarah Sackel: What's in a Wodehouse? (Non-) Subversive Shakespearean Intertextualities in P.G. Wodehouse's Jeeves and Wooster Novels Ida M. Samperi: "No Text Just Comes out Ex Nihilo, It Always Comes out of Other Texts": Christine Brooke-Rose's Thru Visual Encounters Nicola Glaubitz: Transcribing Images - Reassembling Cultures: Kazuo Ishiguro's Japan Joachim Frenk and Christian Krug: Handovers of Empire: Transatlantic Transmissions in Popular Culture Sonja Fielitz: Fish and Chips with Marshmallows? Possibilities and Limitations of Trans-Cultural Intermediality Susanne Gruss: Shakespeare in Bollywood? Vishal Bhardwaj's Omkara Amira Nowaira: Text and Pretext: Reading Cultural and Ideological Paradigms in the Hollywood and Egyptian Movie Adaptations of Tolstoy's Anna Karenina Noha Hamdy: Revisiting Transmediality: 9/11 Between Spectacle and Narrative Wolfram R. Keller: "Long Live the New Flesh"? David Cronenberg's Videodrome and the Limits of Ovidian Metamorphosis