Narrator Vs. Simpson's Type B Positive

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The Narrator types are different in those two kinds of media. In the prologue, since the narrator does not participate the events yet could express perceptions, thoughts and feelings; the narrator is Simpson’s Type B positive. While in the first Chapter, since the narrator is Bran which is a participator of the events and expresses his thoughts, the narrator becomes Simpson’s Type A positive. Simpson’s Type B positive could enable readers to know the true fact of the events, due to the omniscience of this type. While Simpson’s Type A positive presents the events from the view of narrator. In this case the narrators may not provide all the information readers want to know due to their own limitation.

In TV series, the narrator is omniscient and expresses wishes as well as obligation, which makes it Simpson’s Type B positive.

Although fiction and TV series have the narrator type in some plots, the narration could be different due to the difference between verbal and visual media. …show more content…

2, many plots are condensed and one of them is cancelled. On one hand, the producer wants to balance this part with other stories in the first episode. Although this part is important to the whole story, it is less important in the first episode compared to the others, which means the producer wants to use this part as an appetizer and then lead the audience to main dishes. In order to shorten the presenting time of this part, several plots are changed, like Will finds the Wildlings are misremembered which save the trouble of discussing whether they are dead or not and the reason why Joyce wants to see the Wildlings is accordingly changed into to get proof. And some plots are changed to make the plots mainly focus on one character, which not only imitates the POV style in original work, but also simplifies the plots. Moreover, in order to create more dramatic effects in short period of time, the white shadow emerges from the character’s back, which creates the

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