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  • The Hobbit Book Comparison

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    Erebor, as the titular battle ensues on The Lonely Mountain, with the Goblins and the Wargs fighting against the Men of Lake-town, the Elves, the Dwarves and Eagles. The following post is a review of the film adaptation in comparison to the book. You can read my review of the book on its own here. Film Review: Stretching The Hobbit into

  • Hobbit Book Comparison

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    The story started with the four children whose names were Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy. One day, they stepped through a wardrobe and entered a different world, NARNIA, a land frozen in eternal winter, a country waiting to be set free. It was enslaved by the power of the White Witch. Edmund was absorbed by her, desiring to become the king of NARNIA. However, he was exploited, and his brother and sister would go to save him. They needed to face many problems. Thus, their adventure began. As all hope

  • The Giver Book Comparison

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    was when Jonas went to the Givers home in the book he was let in by a woman maybe his secretary but in the movie there was a facial recognition procedure that allow him in. The movie is basically an advanced place filled with drones, 3D transmissions and impressive looking devices of all sorts. In the book it's not as advanced as the movie but it's still pretty impressive. The book The Giver has books in in it and the movie jonas has never saw a book in his life. Where to start with Jonas? I don't

  • The Jungle Book Comparison

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    Recently viewing the movie, The Jungle Book, decided to convey my thoughts. The movie was adapted from Rudyard Kipling's collective works, as well as Walt Disney's 1967 animated film. Being that, The Jungle Book is one of my favorites, I chose to unveil its three-act structures, setup, confrontation and resolution. Act one reveals the protagonist, Mowgli, an orphan human boy raised by wolves. Antagonist, Sher Khan warns the wolves he would kill the boy and punish them, once the water truce is over

  • Charlie Book Comparison

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    Both books have boys going through a rough time in war. There are some differences in the two books like how the boys are not the same age. The two young men are different in very countless ways. There are also some ways they are alike, like they both fight in the north. These two books are alike and different in so numerous ways. The two books have a lot of differences between them. Henry did not want to go to war, on the other hand, Charlie could not wait to go to battle. By the end of the books

  • The Book Thief Comparison

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    “The Book Thief” written by Markus Zusak and “Lord of the Flies” written by William Golding represent society in ways that highlight the violence and destructive nature of the human condition. The context behind a composer can influence the meaning behind a novel, demonstrating the influence the composer has on the reader within context and the views of a composer. The context behind Golding is significant to the meaning of the novel; it shapes the decisions behind what occurs in the text. Golding’s

  • Book Comparison: Summary

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    havoc. Elsewhere in Manhattan, Jace, Alec, and Isabelle are blowing off steam by blowing the limbs off demons. They return home, to the Institute, and learn that their mother, Maryse, has returned from Alicante, where she was during the whole first book. She's mad at Jace, and she didn't even bring them any presents. Not even a lousy snow globe. Maryse tells Jace that she believes he's been working for Valentine this whole time. She wants him to swear that he hasn't, and that he hates

  • The Lottery Book Comparison

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    The Lottery by Shirley Jackson is a short fictional story that was published in 1948 and was in the magazine The New Yorker. The setting of the story is a small nice little village with green grass and flowers everywhere.The village was a farming village that mostly supported agriculture. The main characters are Joe Summers, Mr. Graves, and the Hutchison family. The conflict of the story was man versus tradition of the lottery. The lottery had little slips of paper that Mr. Summers and Mr. Graves

  • Picture Book Comparison

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    The Cat in the Hat vs. Where the Wild Things Are: Picture books in children’s literature Century after century, new terms appear to characterize particular types of books. Adult novels seem to always take over, but in the 19th century, something else comes along: picture books. With text and illustrations combined they have the power to deliver strong messages and amusing stories for children. It is one of the genres that is crucial to children’s literature, because it always contains hidden meanings

  • Comparison Of The Book And Movie

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    characters, Daisy, Cal, and Brick. These people have one thing in common, and it’s that everyone is trying to kill them. They band together with other teens to try and figure out why the world is out to kill them. The first thing I noticed about this book is its size. WIth over 650 pages and enough weight to knock someone out with a