Firstly the color in L.Frank Baum “The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz” I feel impacts the novel in a big way although I have never seen the movie the novel was enough for me I can't picture every conversation and journey the characters are going through in my head everything from Dorothy getting caught up in the cyclone to the good witch of the south Glinda being killed everything in the novel I could see in vivid colors although I haven't seen the movie the novel seem to have more better impact to me when it comes to color especially for me because I have never read this novel until now in my program of Educere with these colors in the novel it helped me know how the characters looked like for example Dorothy who is the main character in the novel it states that“ Dorothy had only one other dress, but that happened to be clean and was hanging on a peg beside her bed. It was gingham, with checks of white and blue; and although the blue was somewhat faded with many items of washing, it was still a pretty frock. The girl washed carefully, dressed herself in the clean gingham, and tied her pink sunbonnet on her head.”(Baum Chapter 3) with these few lines I can already picture how dirty Dorothy must have been
Most of the time series, movies or TV’s shows never show all of the story a book can contain and in the majority of time they skip, omit or forget important things that make the reader change its perspective on the real facts. When we analyze the plot of the humpback of Notre Dame Book we found that is a tragedy story on how humanity reject people for their defects and because of that they are put in isolation like Quasimodo in the tower. In other perspective Disney’s Movies need to omit this because they are meant to be for another public that could not support this
Disney 's Beauty and the Beast manages to overcome some unnecessary tweaks to the narrative to deliver a fantastic experience for all comers. Summary Not much about this story has changed. Belle (Emma Watson) is a book-worm who uses her novels as an escape from her mundane existence in her her tiny French village. The town heartthrob Gaston (Luke Evans) desperately want to wed Belle (mainly because she’s repulsed by him). However, Belle wants just to be left alone.
Considering her young age, it is expected from her to feel disoriented and vulnerable, however she finds solutions to her problems and carries them through. At the start of the journey she travels alone with no guidance from a ‘strong’ male character, making her only companion is her dog Toto. Along the way, she saves the Scarecrow as well as the Tin Woodman from captivity. Baum titled the chapters as ‘How Dorothy Saved the Scarecrow’ and ‘The Rescue of the Tin Woodman’ when she crossed paths with these characters. Dorothy’s character contradicts the common representation of females in novels.
The good side that is shown is through the four children, Aslan, Mr. Tumnus, and everyone else that is on Aslan’s army in Narnia. In the novel Aslan the lion is seen as the main protagonist because he always saves the day when fighting against the White Witch. Whenever Aslan comes back to Narnia the people that fear the White Witch feel safe again. The people that are stuck in Narnia with the White Witch try to stay out of her way and go behind her back to help each other. Humans are not allowed in the world of Narnia by the White Witch because she knows one day that a son of Adam and a daughter of Eve will take over, “The White Witch is worried about the presence of four humans in Narnia because of a prophecy that four humans will eventually become rulers in Narnia, ending her evil reign”(Brown).The evil is clearly shown by the Witch, she is an antagonist who plots the death of Aslan and puts a spell on Narnia which makes it winter forever.
The Absence of Aunt Alexandra in the movie is major mishap on the director for she played a key role in the development of Scout as a woman. Alexandra, Veering Scout from her childish and tomboy phases drastically changed Scouts overall character in the book, but left her unabsided in the movie. Without Alexandria, Scout would have been uncontrollable and reckless; and would have never been able to behave in the Courtroom, or at Calpurnia 's Church. Another difference in the movie is the absence of Miss Maudie 's house burning down. Miss Maudie 's house burning down in the book separated Jem and Scout from Atticus late at night outside Boo Radley 's house.
They tried to search for another place where they can find diamonds, but something was stopping them to do so. There was a magical spell that if they leave the magical forest, it will damage their body. The two dragons didn’t listen and left the magical forest, risking their lives for the diamonds. After they left the forest for about 10 minutes, they started to feel pain and their bodies had injuries for no reasons. The pair of dragon was in deep pain that would last about couple of months.
Bella was a beautiful kind girl she was eight years old and always had her pleasant dog Sarrah around her. Bella and Sarah are like the best animal friends, they were always together. Sadly both Bella and her dog Sarrah never got to go outside to see the people around them or enjoy the fun sunny days they could only see from their windows. There was no other place Sarah and Bella
Imagine your hand is cut off for some weird movie. You might think of committing a suicide because a lot of people don’t enjoy living without a hand.It is the same with elephants; they hate living without their tusks.The trees and huge plants will start dying off on us because most of the creatures who help to strengthen the soil are all close to extinction. In addition, one of the most land-friendly soil producers is famous to all and every human knew as the elephant. As a result, the law should not legalize the hunting and poaching of endangered species, however, the law should make it illegal to poach or hunt endangered species. To begin with, many poachers or hunters are killing and destroying their environment for their own needs.
Stay a Night! When Maisie won tickets to the Suffolk Zoo’s Annual Stay a Night! Maisie said she was going to invite Heidi G and Stacy B, but Mom said that Maisie could take Bane and me or she could take nobody. “Fine, I’ll take nobody,” Maisie said, but she is afraid of everything, especially anything exciting like gorillas or tigers, so here we are, gathered around a kiosk that smells like lion piss, waiting for Call-Me-Thomas to open the gates and let us go wild. Along with Maisie, Bane and me, three other kids pace outside the gates, saying things like, “I think I heard the howler monkey,” and “Mom, can you leave now?