The book was better because it makes more sense than the movie. The book made it fell that it has more action. The movie was just straightforward by how Ender and his crew just when and killed them with no action. So the book was better then the movie in so many ways. The film and book have the same plots and themes.
People come into our lives for different reasons. Some leave a positive impact, while others bring negativity. Readers and critics alike have treasured Zora Neale Hurston’s 20th century novel, Their Eyes Were Watching God, for generations particularly for its complex portrayal of the different main characters. The people a person meet and the experiences that person many go through in their lifetime can alter a person significantly. Through the tyrannical words of Joe Starks and the inconsiderate actions of Nanny, Janie in the novel Their Eyes Were Watching God is negatively influenced as her actions and thoughts alter her life.
These parts allow the reader to read about how Anise thinks and how her thoughts change throughout the book. For example, towards the end of the book she starts to think more positively as she starts to recover. Also, the parts written in first person allows the reader to see what Anise sees and how she sees it. Anise’s mental illness makes her look at certain things differently and the parts from her point of view help explain what she sees and why she makes her decisions. Thirdly, some of Gravity Journal is written in third person.
In Heather Lende’s book, Find the Good, she writes in a way that makes the story seem uniquely personal. She doesn’t shy away from talking about her true feelings in her own experiences, even when they aren’t a feeling that she particularly agrees with at the time that she wrote the book, like her feelings when her adopted daughter, Stoli, was unmarried and pregnant at the age of twenty one. Even though they were a happy couple at the time and seemed completely prepared to have their first child, Heather was very worried about it and even thought to herself that “I must have done a bad job” (Lende 33). However, Heather learns from reacting this way and strives to be the best mother that she can be after this. Throughout this book, you get a sense that you are learning these valuable life lessons alongside Heather, rather than her simply telling you about them.
Liesel had a very tough childhood with her mother abandoning her and her brother dying, plus everybody else she lost. Even though she suffered many terrible events during her childhood, she still prevailed through it by reading books and using her words. Her obsession with stealing books and living in the Hubermann household represented the beauty in her life in the wake of the brutality caused by the Nazi party. She spent quality time learning how to read with Hans, and was amazed how kind and patient Hans was. Liesel bonding with Mas was also a part of the beauty in her life, in spite of the brutality and the despair happening in her life.
One’s ability to not get caught up in the chaos of the 1920’s is evident in the novel, especially in Daisy. Daisy symbolizes innocence and purity, which is why she is described wearing white clothing and having white powder on her skin. Even though Daisy represents purity, she becomes corrupt throughout the novel. The color black resembles Daisy as a result of Daisy running over and killing Myrtle. Gatsby became worried that Tom would harm Daisy for her murder of Myrtle, so Gatsby travels to Daisy’s house to check on her when he stated, “I waited, and about four o’ clock she came to the window and stood there for a minute and then turned out the light” (Fitzgerald 147).
The novel, A Wrinkle In Time, written by Madeleine L’engle, is a story about Meg Murry, her brother, Charles Wallace, and their friend, Calvin. Meg, the main character, lost her father when she was young, but she still believes he is out there somewhere. Together, they travel through the universe to find her father. They face many obstacles and challenges to figure out where her father is. Throughout their adventures they meet new people, such as Mrs. Whatsit, to help them through their journey.
The reason why directors put in or take out a scene is to make the movie less long and more action packed to make the viewer more engaged and have a edge of his seat feeling. The book, on the other hand, provides the whole story and the original events that the author intended and that actually builds the hero’s personality and valor. The movies are less accurate and the book makes the reader visualize the things that are happening in the book and make him make his brain think. This is why the book is more informational and accurate than the
I say, "And so she trudged up the wooden stairs, her sad brown shoes taking her to the house she never liked." (Cisneros,1984). The ability of Esperanza to make her life a story is the reason she can bare everything she goes through and a way to find maturity and her identity. We can see how Esperanza tries to become more independent and how she is able to identify the barriers that most of their family members have. She tells us about how her great-grand mother (whose name is Esperanza) have lived contemplating the view from the window like looking for some escape.
The books that she is exposed to bring her comfort and a feeling of security during a time of fear and turbulence. Through the protagonist’s reaction towards language, Zusak presents his message “that any place of darkness and "walled-in tragedy" can be transfigured, in the end, by the extraordinary power of words” (Koprince). This shows that the author believes that words of compassion and kindness are more influential than words of hatred because Liesel is able to overcome her hardships because of her newfound
Should she continue to work to be a scientist or should she try and live with the person she is quickly falling in love with? Even though Pia is immortal, she is still a teenage girl and struggles greatly with this decision. She’s stays indecisive until one day Paolo discovers she has been sneaking out of the compound and a war breaks out between the scientists and the people of the jungle. The audience is left with only one question: Will Pia follow her head or her heart?
A common comparison made everyday is between books and movies. Many movies based on books leave out important details and scenarios disappointing the audience. In the futuristic short story, "Harrison Bergeron," by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., everyone is equal or average, what many people might consider a utopia. 2081 is a movie based on "Harrison Bergeron," and like any other book based movie, it excludes many details and alters many scenes changing the storyline. Personally, I found the book more appealing than the movie because of the specific details and description.
As claimed by Joseph Campbell, “The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek”. The book The Other Side Of The Sky by Farah Ahmedi shows exactly that, in fact, this is what every hero experiences throughout their journey. It all begins with Farah’s status quo, her hunt for knowledge beckons her into an adventure, then following up with a traumatic incident that progresses her even further for the peace she yearns. During her quest, she becomes separated from her natural world and begins a new phase of her journey which tests her and puts her through an overwhelming amount of agony and alas, It gives her the treasure she desperately sought for. Thus returning, she enters her natural world again with new found enlightenment and vigor, But of course, it 's never quite the same once you become a hero.
This states another good example of cruelty to women because back then women were not allowed to work they were expected to stay home and clean all day and raise there kids. Lastly, In the story her husband never lets her talk about house she feels, so she keeps it all bottled up in her head which eventually drives her crazy. As “The Yellow Wallpaper” States “It 's hard to talk to john about my case, because he loves me so. But I tried to last night” (777 Gilman). This show another great example of women cruelty because back then women were not allowed to state there own opinion and also
Since the Everdeens and the Snows are different kinds of parents, Katniss and Kristina develop into different kinds of women. Katniss uses her father’s death and her mother’s depression to her advantage, since these circumstances, although unfortunate, provider her with the opportunity to learn how to hunt, gather, trade at the Hob, and cook. Her parents’ impact on her causes Katniss to become a fighter and tackle whatever obstacles are thrown her way, no matter how overwhelming they seem. Kristina, on the other hand, succumbs to the negative influence of her parents, instead of rising above it and using her less than ideal circumstances to empower her to become a better person. She falls into the junkie lifestyle in the hopes that she can escape her painful family dynamic that includes an absent, drug addicted father, and a mother who barely pays any attention to her and denies her obvious drug addiction.