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Title: 维度与限度 : 论 “三国” 电视剧中的人物形象改编 = Perspectives and limits : adaptation of the characters in the "Three Kingdoms" TV dramas
Authors: 沈盈萱 Sim, Ying Xuan
Keywords: Humanities::Literature
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: As a classic of Chinese literature, The Romance of the Three Kingdoms has been remade into TV dramas repeatedly. Many of the classic characters have undergone various adaptations, which gradually deviate from the classic notation in the original novels. This is closely related to the prevalence of consumerism today, where consumers value entertainment over culture connotations. The drama producers strive to satisfy the audience's preferences, integrate new values and the popular elements of popular culture to attract audiences. We live in a culture of consumerism, and it has a huge impact on the adaptation of classical literature. The characters in TV dramas are in line with the audience's preferences, and gradually become displaced and deviated from the image of the original novels. This thesis focuses on the analysis of the character Liu Bei, Cao Cao, Sun Shangxiang and Diao Chan in Romance of The Three Kingdoms, Three Kingdoms and K.O.3an Guo respectively, which shows the displacement and deviation of the classic characters in today's TV Dramas, and explore the adaptation limits under the trend of consumerism from two aspects: social significance and the faithfulness to the original character.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
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