To Kill A Mockingbird Book Vs Movie

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I believe that the movie version of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird follows the book very well. Compared to the amount of similarities, the differences are almost negligible. When reading To Kill a Mockingbird, one can be fascinated by the differences and similarities between the movie and the book in the portrayal of characters, the layout of Maycomb, and the character outcomes. For me, the characters were just as I imagined them. For example, Dill fits his description perfectly. As Jem says in the book, Dill looks “right puny” (7). He is also described as a teller of exaggerated tales and very sure of himself. For reasons like these, I know the movie succeeded in the exact portrayal of the characters. Throughout the movie, seeing how
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