what was different in the story and movie was some of the characters. Like meg in the book she had frizzy hair, braces and glasses and in the movie she does not have frizzy hair, braces or glasses . For Charles Wallace he is 5 and not in school and in the movie he is 6 or 7 and in school. The setting for
One of the difference is that In the movie Scrooge had a dog while In the book It never mentions Scrooge having a dog, the dog appears in the movie allot and play a major role on protecting Scrooge and guarding the house in the movie the dog seems like he just trying to have some fun but when he is with Scrooge he need to be serious. But at the end when Scrooge learns his lesson, the dog was very happy and enjoying his time just like a normal dog. Another difference is that in the movie they sang while in the book the never sang, Well In a book it is very hard to show the reader your singing while in the movie it is easy to show facials expressions and singing. Another difference is that in the book Scrooge said to bob Crachit he will double his salary while in the movie he said that he will raise bob Crachit salary both have totally different meaning.
The differences are that in the book, are the color of the Grinch, the Sleigh at the top of the mountain, and the age of Cindy Lu Who. The first contrast I found between the book and the movie was the color of the Grinch. In the book, the Grinch has no color and is black and white. In the movie, the Grinch is green.
I am comparing and contrasting jurassic park and alice through the looking glass i have several similarities and differences and i shall give several examples. the theme/plot lie for jurassic park is that you should not mess with nature. I know this because in the movie the scientists “make” a new dinosaur which they should not do eventually the dinosaur gets out of its cage and every one is in a panic but at the end they kill the dinosaur and they abandon the park. Then they are all home safely.
The movie has a different story structure. Unlike the book the movie has some flashbacks. Some differences are that she walks in oh the man in the beginning. The tells his wife in the movie that he is having an affair with another woman. The story clerk does not offer the woman cheesecake in the book.
The Glass Castle is the story of Jeannette Walls and her family. Constantly short on cash and food, the family lives a nomadic lifestyle. For the first part of Jeannette’s life, her family lives in various mining towns on the West Coast. As Jeannette grew in these towns so did her imagination; she was enchanted by nature and the fantasies her father dreamt up for her and her siblings. Life in the desert ends when Rex 's alcoholism worsens; they leave the desert and relocate to Welch, West Virginia, the town where Rex grew up.
The book and the movie has the same setting, main characters and motif. Arguably, the greatest differences were in the events or plot. In the novel, there was a scene where Mr. Halloway shot and killed the Dust Witch with his smile. Also, Mr. Halloway broke all the mirrors in the Mirror Maze with his laughter, instead of punching the glass in the movie.
For example, in the book, only one person drowns Pony, but in the movie, three people drowned him. This is different because in the book Pony is being drowned at the water fountain by only one person. On the other hand in the movie Pony is getting drowned by three people instead of one like it is in the story. Another comparison between the book and the movie would be when Ponyboy goes to court and doesn’t testify in the book, but in the movie he does. These are different because in the book when Pony has to go to court for the murder of Bob he doesn’t testify in the movie when he goes to court he does testify.
The Secret Life of Bees was made into a movie and a book. In this paper I will be compairng and contrasting between the movie and the book. I will compare details such as key events to the plot that were changed, key dialologues and key scenes. Secret Life of Bees is about a young girl who runs away to learn answers about her dead mother. The movie clearly diverts some major scenes from the book.
Alice in Wonderland Societal Reading Victorian society demanded a specific role of civilians with strict expectations they always adhere to. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, more commonly recognised by his pen name, Lewis Carroll, is one author who questioned these expectations through the use of satire within his text Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Satirizing the rule and conventions of Victorian society is one manner in which Carroll subverts the nature of this time period by drawing specific attention to the worst aspects and proving how ridiculous they truly are.
A Doll’s House: Character Comparison and Contrast Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House contains a cast of deeply complex characters that emulate the 1800’s societal norms that they belong to. Two characters that compare and contrast each other throughout the play are Nora Helmer and Kristine Linde. Nora and Kristine are similar because they both display a sense of independence. Their personalities differ as Nora presents herself as inexperienced, while Kristine is more grounded in reality.
Similarities and Differences Between The Book and Movie of Alice In Wonderland In 2010 a movie adaptation of Alice in Wonderland was released directed by Tim Burton, based on the 1865 novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. The movie adaptation made significant changes to the book, although they still have many similarities. They both share many symbolic elements and characters such as the Mad Hatter and the rabbit hole, and both have the theme of being lost between childhood and adulthood. They differ in that the movie has a more defined plot with a clear antagonist, but the book does not.
In the Victorian age, children’s condition was a problem. treated as miniature adults, they were often required to work, were severely chastised, or were ignored. Exactly in that period Charles Dodgson under the pseudonym Lewis Carrol wrote “Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland”, a novel that tells of a girl named Alice falling through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world. It is first of all a children’s book as it has a child protagonist; however it appeals to adult readers with its advanced logical reasoning, witty puns and trenchant satire of Victorian society. So we can consider it as a drastic reaction against the impassive didacticism of British upbringing.