Differences Between Great Gatsby Book And Movie

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In the written version of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, quite different than other film adaptations of stories in this decade, there are a wide range of characters, symbols, and a detailed plot reflected onto the filmic version. While the large amount a similarities are easy to observe, the subtle differences embedded throughout the film compared to the book are what give the story meaning. Throughout the film and the written version of The Great Gatsby, the contrasting ideas presented to the audience provides insight about the story’s conflicts. One difference between the written and filmic version of the story is the way the audience sees Tom Buchanan, the husband to Daisy. In both, Tom cheats on Daisy with a woman named Myrtle

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