Although the theme to have hope was still visible in the book and movie. Overall, the book was better than the movie because it has more details and more dramatic and leads you to want to read on and find out more chapter after chapter. Everyone should read the book because a lot of emotions, action, and mystery just a bit of
ellipsis. This technique was used in the ‘Activities’ column again and in the ‘History and Culture’ column. This is an effective and valuable technique because it creates tension as the reader is left for a couple seconds wondering what the next statement… will be. Ellipsis can be used at the end of a sentence of course but this would also be quite confusing for the reader. However this does mean that the door is open for a part two of a book of at the end of a script for a movie, this is why this is such an effective technique… The fourth language technique that was used was repetition.
Just the thought of being shipped off to be dismantled scares anyone. The realism of this book is my favorite part. The author did a very good job of making you feel like you are actually living inside of the story and watching Connor and Risa's journey. After you are done reading this story you will be baffled at the amount of thrill in it. If you like a slightly twisted, disturbing story this is the book for
There are so many good foreign films that don’t have such a slow moving plot. Au Revoir Les Enfants as a whole isn’t a bad movie, but it quickly became way too predictable and I think to showcase a foreign film there are better options. In future semesters maybe show City of God or Ida. Other good films to show future semesters could be Trainspotting for the independent film since it’s a great movie that I don’t think a lot of
The book Ghost of Spirit Bear is a sequel to the book Touching Spirit Bear. I enjoyed this book because it has a good story and plot. While this book is not as adventurous or moving as the first book Ghost of Spirit Bear still has a good plot and creates vivid pictures in your mind while reading. I prefered Touching Spirit Bear over this book because it has more adventure and a more shocking story. The book consists mainly of the same characters but more were added when Peter and Cole go to school.
The hatred between players is not as prevalent as it was between the Little Rock Nine and the community. I enjoyed reading and watching both of these stories however, I feel that the movie skips over some key points that are picked up in the book. For these reason I think that the book does a better job of of conveying the changes brought on by the Civil Rights
Danverse character and the attitude of Madam de Winter. The differences are around the connection between Madam de Winter and Mrs. Van Hopper, the order of events and how the story ends. I like the novel because the good fiction is exiting and heartbreaking also the good fiction develops your imagination like no other art form but I like to watch the movie because I can see the story faster with less effort in addition to that visually movies are more appealing and you can enjoy with some foods. I suggest the people who love thrillers and mystery films to watch it because it has a high rate of suspense and excitement. I prefer to read the novel first then watch the movie to see if I understand the story correctly as well as the reading is another kind of
All in all, I prefered the book better. This is because I truly loved Death’s idiosyncratic comments and informative narration in the book. Even though the movie was very literally visual, I had an easier time imagining the book and understanding it. I really enjoyed reading Max’s books and didn’t have this pleasureful opportunity in the movie. I enjoyed the sensory details and Zusak’s writing style.
The film version of the novel “The Great Gatsby” distorts the actions and events surrounding the three main characters of the novel Gatsby, Daisy and Nick in an effort to make the film more entertaining and easier to understand. Although this histrionic
This type of literature is becoming more and more popular in recent years, and has also trickled its way into mainstream young adult fiction books and movies as well. Some examples of this include The Hunger Games, as well as the Divergent trilogies. All Dystopian authors have a common goal when writing. This goal is to strike fear into the reader, but also give them slight hope, which is hard to do because of the fact the concepts are so dichotomous in nature. Sometimes the awful nature of the story, though, can mask any buoyancy.