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The Great Gatsby
The Great Gatsby
The Great Gatsby The movie created by David Merrick as well as the novel written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, both entitled The Great Gatsby, ate truly two fine pieces of art. The movie version shows the viewer what is happening in the story without internal comments from the narrator and the viewer can understand exactly what is happening without any intellectual thought involved. The novel, however, challenges the reader to look deep inside the writing in order to grasp the true effect of the novel
Elephant Man
Elephant Man
Elephant Man Elephant Man In literature, as in life, we encounter persons who have faults as well as virtues. In the novel The Elephant Man by Christine Sparks a man has faults. The character that has faults in this novel is Bytes who is a greedy man and a circus owner. Often people have a fault of virtue of another person. Bytes made Merrick, the Elephant Man, live in the basement. Merrick lived in Bytes’ basement for more than two decades. The basement was cold and all Merrick had an old dirty
Joseph Carey Merrick
Joseph Carey Merrick
:Joseph Carey Merrick: The Story Behind the Sideshow Attraction One-hundred and forty-one years ago, a baby boy named Joseph Carey Merrick was born. As with any other healthy birth, Joseph was a beautiful little human with proud parents. As time went on, he grew to be a happy toddler. Until he began to develop strange lumps on his face. By the time he was five, the right side of Joseph’s face was covered with tumors. From then on, his body would develop into the most tragic case of deformity the
The Elephant Man
The Elephant Man
The Elephant Man “Never, never, nothing dies, it’s only a hoax. The wind blows, the clouds fade, the heart beats… Nothing dies.” The angel, that appeared towards the end of the movie, “The Elephant Man”, was trying to explain how death is not the end of life. Death does not bring on the end of the world and the world continues even after death. The memories of a deceased person still live on in their loved ones mind’s and even though they are deceased, they still live in spirit. In a sense, the
The Great Gatsby
The Great Gatsby
The Great Gatsby A Novel A Film A Review 10/4/98 The 1974 version of The Great Gatsby was produced by David Merrick, directed by Jack Clayton with a script credited to Francis Ford Coppola turns it into a love story that is comatose and while it uses more cinematic effects, they are old film metaphors: white flower symbolizing Daisy’s virginal beginnings, two birds nibbling bread while Daisy & Gatsby are in Nick’s cottage, Nick’s stubbing out a cigarette showing his impatience during the tea,