The Girl Who Kick The Hornets Nest Essay

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The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets ' Nest The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets ' Nest is the third book in the trilogy of Stieg Larsson. The first book, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo was very agonizing for me. The main character, Lisbeth Salander 's, life was very harsh and hard for me to accepted. She had been raped by her guardian. It was the first time I have ever read anything like this, but sadly it captivated me and I wanted to know more. I wanted to know what she was going to do and if she would ever be able to move on after such a dramatic impact in her life. As I read the second book, I learned that these books were also available in movies. I watched The Girl Who Played With Fire and decided to go back and watch, The Girl With the Dragon…show more content…
The only differences I notice was Berger becomes chief editor of another magazine company. As she works for SMP she soon discovers that her boss is into a child labor. She is later accused by him, that she is trying to expose him. Berger decided to leave the magazine and go back to Millennium. Also, the emails that were sent to Berger in the movie were not as harsh as they were in the book. The book mentions that she was a whore in the movie it stated mainly threats. In the movie emails are sent to her work emails and her coworkers were afraid and upset that Blomkvist didn 't show enough sympathy toward her feelings. She gets Milton security to investigate who did it. Whereas the book Salander discovers it was an old classmate who was seeking revenge because she never paid attention to him. The biggest thing that was left out was, Figuerola 's love scene in the movie it did not exist. You never seen them even flirting or see any action going on between the two. I think that should had not been left out, because through the whole movie I thought he has strong feelings for Salander, but the reality is that there could have been something more with

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