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Book Report/Review sample - Dracula and the Frankeinstein
Pages 7 (1757 words)
This essay describes a comparison between Dracula and the Frankeinstein the movie and the book with the same name. The researcher also gives some information on author of the book and provides the reader with summary of one of the chapters, that was analyzed…
This essay not only explores the differences and similarities of the book Frankenstein and the movie, that was filmed in 1931, but also gives detailed analysis of each one to give reader better understanding of the events. Frankenstein was written by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley during the times of Industrial Revolution when the Romantic ideals were at threat. The novel incorporates the Romantic themes of isolation and the beauty of nature and also deals with loss. However, Frankenstein belongs to science-fiction genre. The movie stands out from other horror movies. It is unique in its creation. The movie came to life under James Whale's direction in the year 1931. The film was made in a time when technical effects were not known. When a comparison is made, we get into the details of the matter and learn more. The movie and the novel differ in a lot of way. The difference mainly happens in the presentation of the events, the people present, the feelings involved, etc. One reason can be attributed to the screenplay since it was mainly based on the Frankenstein play of the 1920s which is accredited to Peggy Webling rather than Shelley’s original text. The researcher expresses his opinion and states that the movie is better than the novel. Though the original idea is from the novel, the movie’s presentation is better and convincing. The director has worked excellently in keeping close with the true aspects of the novel. The novel seems to have unnecessary dragging. However, he also states, both are masterpieces in their own ways. ...
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