The events in the movie are both unlike and alike the events in the novel. They were mostly similar because the movie was based on the novel, in other words the movie pretty much was the reenactment of the novel. For example the book was based on the two groups the Greasers and Socs and how they did not get along well, this lead to deaths which were shown in both of the movie and novel. The movie tended to exclude some scenes that were included within the novel. For example in the movie they did not include the scene when PonyBoy gets jumped by the Socs.
I am not from New York, so this was not one of the sites I learned about in history class. I enjoyed visiting the street though, and I learned a lot. The inside of the houses in general were very different than what we are used to. They are not made for tall people because in every house I had to duck. In the earlier houses, they were very small, expanded outwards instead of building up.
Satis house,as it was called, emits an ominous presence with its old brick walled up windows and many iron bars.This gives the sense that outsiders where not entirely welcome and rarely visited. The room in which she sat was vividly described as dark with “no glimpse of daylight.. to be seen” and furnished with many old and unrecognisable objects .The vivid setting is emphasised by the young boy,Pip, who narrates this entire experience and describes Miss Havisham at fi... ... middle of paper ... ...tional betrayal cast a prolonging shadow over her entire life. Dickens illustrates the fact that interpersonal and family relationships are forever changing, as remaining still only leads to tragedy. Her character draws in the reader as her peculiarity is mysterious, interesting and somewhat chilling as she is just that little bit different. Charles Dickens uses an exceptionally vast amount of word choice and word imagery to give us this unforgettable impression of one of the most memorable characters ever created in English
The Giver Novel versus Movie Despite the difference between the two, The Giver, by Lois Lowery is more successful than the movie version of The Giver, screen written by Michael Mitnick. Some people may say that the movie is better but actually the novel is the real winner. Mitnick the screenwriter of the movie made a lot of changes from the novel to make the story more appealing to the audience. There are a lot of reasons he made those changes. The effects of the changes made the movie appealing also.
Their rights weren’t taken away at any time during the study. The subjects had the choice of leaving the bathroom or using a stall if they didn’t feel comfortable with the current stall placement. A men’s bathroom is a public place and privacy of one’s personal space is not usual unless in a stall. This leads to the argument of naturalistic observation. The only thing controlled by the experimenter was the stall that each subject would use.
The main part of the lecture that surprised me was his skectches for the movie wall-E, he showed us a whole profolio for Wall-E and the actual work he had done in the movie and how so many drawings took place in the movie for just a couple of seconds. visually seeing his art work come alive was amazing. It shows us students how a small art design/ illustration can take you
While the War Photgrapher is set in his dark room he sometimes imagines other settings “A strangers features slowly twist before his eyes, a half formed ghost. He rembers the cries of this mans wife” this helps you to see what the photogrpher has been through and what he has seen, and feeling sorry for him because he ahd to see these things. While they both have very different settings they have many coomon themes, the most obvious being that theya re both set in war time although war photgrapher is a much more receent war. They both have scenes of horror i.e from shooting stars “One saw I was alive. Looseened his belt.
Jails were now used to displace people like the poor or the mentally ill. These early jails were in horrible condition they were filled with filth, violence, little medical care, and poor food. In 1773 John Howard who was the new sheriff of Bedfordshire was doing inspections of the local jails found lack of discipline, inmates with diseases, filth, and lack of sanitation. He did not like what he had seen so he worked with members of the English House of Commons to Draft the Penitentiary Act of 1779. This act had four requirements for English prisons and jails.
He described the place being very uncomfortable “There was one small window in it but I didn’t like to look out of it because then I would see the wall and I hated the wall because our real home was on the other side of it. And this part of town was the bad part because it was always noisy and it was impossible to sleep. And that eleven of us had to live in one room.” (page 127) This passage really delivers a message of discrimination as Shmuel and his family and to be moved from his house to a small flat being surrounded by soldiers and a wall. This makes the reader more aware of this situation surrounding the Jews on the other side of the fence. This section is important because it reveals important history and thoughts of Shmeul, who’s an important character of this story.
As horrible as this story is, the murderer’s own childhood was also gruesome. It was filled with not only being beaten but having to watch his mother be beaten as well by a man who refused to claim him as his son. He was taken to a safe environment only to be forced back into this abusive home where he then had to watch his mother