A book and a movie can be both the same and different. In The Outsiders there are many similarities and differences with the book and movie. They were the same because Johnny kills a man, they cut their, there was the movie scene, and Johnny and Ponyboy went to the church. Some of the differences is when Darry slaps Ponyboy but in the movie he pushes him, Johnny doesn't bring a lot of food in the book but does in the movie he does, when Johnny killed the man it was more described but it wasn't in the movie, and Johnny says he wants to kill himself in the movie. In The Outsiders one of the themes is “friendship” In the movie and book there were many similarities.
A big similarity is that in both the book and the movie Joey leaves the church before it blows up. So even though there are a few similarities, there are more differences. The movie is mainly about civil rights, but the book isn’t which changes the plot a lot. While there are some similarities like how all the family members are the same; there are still more differences. Even though both the book and the movie are “Watsons Go To Birmingham”, they are very different from each
Even though the movie and the play is based on Anne’s diary there is a small amount of differences between them. Like when Peeters cat peed on the floor .and it started to bleed through the floor that event only happens in the movie but not the Play. I think they added this because they wanted to make the movie just a little bit interesting. Another difference is in the book Mr. Van Daan stole food from the food bin and Mrs. Frank caught him and started yelling at him to leave and not to come back. I think they added this, but not in the movie because there is so much other things and events.
In the adaptation of Monkey: Journey to the West by David Kherdian, religions are often woven in to the journey of the traveling companion in order to show the path toward self-cultivation and collective harmony. Characters that appear in the novel each represent the most significant religions in Chinese culture. Characters that appear in the novel each represent the most significant religions in Chinese culture. The protagonist Monkey is a prominent character and is the main focus in the fist portion of the book. Monkey tricks his way in and out of many stressful situations.
Also the movie leaves out some huge characters like Theo Theodorakis, Flora Baumbach, and Madame Sun Lin Hoo(who was the thief) and all of them have to do with emotion. In the movie Otis Amber is the inventor but in the book it is Mr. Hoo. Otis is also the personal investigator but in the movie there is no personal investigator. Even though the plots are mostly the same it is interesting why so many details were left out of the
He also shows that 18 year olds can vote and go to fight in wars but they can’t drink beer. This along with many reasons is why we should treat 18 year olds as adults and trust them to be responsible and make good decisions. Some laws concerning minors don’t make sense. This is shown in the article “What is The Age of Responsibility?” by Alan Greenblatt where he states that the age difference the laws enforced were so confusing even “ military personnel … wonder why they can fight in wars but not go to bars”(1). This evidence supports that some laws allow you to get hurt or die even and others don’t allow you to do something that can cause less damage.
Lister tries to save many patients with antisepsis, but Bliss doesn’t use it which could be the biggest reason Garfield died. Finally, the other doctors are all there to treat Garfield to save him but are shooed away or not given much of a role in his treatment by Bliss. It was the bad intentions of Dr. Doctor Willard Bliss that killed Garfield in the end, but it brought about some much needed change in the country: the President would always be protected while out in public, antisepsis was widely adopted after Garfield’s autopsy revealed Bliss’s numerous mistakes, and President Arthur worked to end the spoils system. Garfield’s death was one that could have been prevented if a man with the right intentions had been in charge of his medical care.
W. Jacobs, the White family is introduced to a magical monkey paw. The Paw grants three wishes per user, but is designed to grant the wish by the most tragic means. The Whites are informed of this, but even so, Mr. White uses the Paw to obtain 200 pounds to pay off his mortgage. “...[Mrs. White] asked breathlessly, ‘has anything happened to Herbert?’...‘He was caught in the machinery,’ said the visitor…‘in consideration...[the company] wishes to present you with a certain sum…’ [Mr. White's] dry lips shaped the words, ‘How much?’ ‘Two hundred pounds,’ was the answer.” What motivated Mr. White to wish for money, the story does not say, but the reader wonders why Mr. White wished on a cursed object when he was already familiar with the fact that the outcome could be of the last things he
Though they have great power, it is not unlimited because the witches cannot control freewill. In Act 1, Scene 3, the witches prophecy that Banquo will be “Lesser than Macbeth and greater. Not so happy yet much happier.” and also that “Thou shalt get kings, though thou be none” (66-70). Though extremely vague, all of these prophecies came true. Macbeth became king and therefore greater than Banquo but he lost his morality which made him lesser.
American Born Chinese is a story of three, although it is really about two characters, who learn that it is better to be themselves then to try to be someone else. A few panels that spoke to me were the ones from the bottom left on page 13 all the way towards the end of page 20. These pages spoke out to me because these panels showed a change of character and it showed a violent reaction because of that change. This change could have prevented most of the stories told in the novel. On the following panels, The Monkey King of Flower-Fruit Mountain is eager to enter in the dinner party in heaven.
555) When compared to the older book written, Davis does several things to make her book sound different from the others, such as making the main character of the book Bertrande de Rols rather than Coras’s main character, Arnaud or how the relationship of Bertrande and Arnaud was logical. However this makes Davis’s writing sound completely different story than from how Coras wrote his.
In W.W Jacob’s short story “The Monkey’s Paw,” there are many instances of foreshadowing in order to keep readers engaged and on the edge of their seats. In part one of “The Monkey’ Paw’” the White family is introduced to the monkey’s paw by, family, friend Sergeant Major Morris. Major Morris explains the dire outcome of using the paw. Mrs. White asks if anyone has used the paw before and Major Morris responds with “The first man used his wishes, yes,”...”I don 't know what his first two wishes were, but the third was for death. Thats how I got the paw.” (Jacobs 34-35) This shows that if the family decides to use the paw then then there may be dreadful consequences.
There is a situation in the film where a character tells a story about his aboriginal wife who was killed by a disease because the hospital didn’t allow black people to be treated there. While the Whites were more industrial and materialistic, as a result of industrial growth, the natives were more focused on their traditional ideas and beliefs. It is clear that even though these cultures co-exist in the same environment, their differences made them somewhat disconnected.
Her parents died by a large earthquake in the movie, but in the book they both died along with other people in their kingdom from cholera, and that is why Mary had to go stay with her uncle Mr. Craven. I don’t think the way her parents died really affected the story; it just changed the reason why she had to go live at Misselwaite Manor. When Mary was going to meet Mrs. Medlock at the train station,