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|Author||: Malcolm Lowry,F. Scott Fitzgerald|
|Publsiher||: UBC Press|
|Total Pages||: 262|
|Category||: Performing Arts|
|Language||: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL|
To a remarkable extent the filmscript of Tender is theNight, which Malcolm Lowry wrote in 1949-50 with the help ofMargerie Bonner Lowry, is less an adaptation of F. ScottFitzgerald's novel than an extension of Lowry's own fiction. AsMiguel Mota and Paul Tiessen show, Malcolm Lowry's script containsimportant passages which are really "cinematic" restatementsof parts of Lowry's novel Lunar Caustic, and of shortstories such as "Through the Panama" and "StrangeComfort Afforded by the Profession." The editors note also the many direct and indirect allusions toelements from Lowry's master-work, Under the Volcano(1947), a novel that is regarded by many critics as one of the most"cinematic" prose works of the twentieth century. A closestudy of the text reveals that Lowry took on the Tender is the Nightproject partly as a means of reopening his Under the Volcanonarrative, of re-exploring its plot and problems and its characters andthemes, and of carrying as far as possible the "cinematic"style he had begun to examine in that work. Lowry's Tender is the Night manuscript is important,then, not only as a completed, 455-page text in its own right but alsoas a text having a direct bearing on Lowry's own reading ofUnder the Volcano and of his sense of artistic direction afterthat work. Indeed, the editors consider the significance of thefilmscript as a key - hitherto almost entirely overlooked - tounderstanding his projected multiple volume work, The Voyage ThatNever Ends. This scholarly edition of Lowry's script presents 38 passages ofvarying length - from less than one page to over 100 pages - in whichLowry writes with a freedom and creativity that lead to a textnarratively and stylistically quite separate and distinct fromFitzgerald's original. It excludes passages where Lowry adheresmore or less slavishly, at 37 intervals, to Fitzgeralds' novel,though it provides brief narrative summaries of and comments on thoseomitted sections. Lowry's achievement in his filmscript demonstrates the nature ofhis life-long commitment to and extensive knowledge of theinternational cinema from the 1910s to the 1950s and also the nature ofhis view of the novelist's responsibility to participate in thedevelopment of film as an art. The script also illustrates Lowry's relationship with F. ScottFitzgerald as one in a series of literary kinships, and as the editorspoint out, the work becomes a criticism and analysis of bothFitzgerald's novel and of Fitzgerald himself.