Ompare and Contrast Movie and Book: Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring

Requirements:

(1) 7 sources minimum: book, film, 3 movie reviews, 2 scholarly sources. (If the sources is taken from a magazine/newspaper/book, is it possible to scan and send the page to me?).

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<or the film, 2 each from remaining 5 sources Write a compare/contrast essay on the book and the film The Fellowship of the Ring. A general issue that you should address in this essay is whether or not the filmmakers remained  faithful to the spirit of the book by changing and/or adding to the story. According to the various video programs, they feel that they did do you agree or disagree? You will need to use a minimum of 5 quotes from the book and/or the film. Then be sure to interpret the quote and explain how it supports your thesis. You will also need to do some research for this paper a minimum of 3 movie reviews and 2 scholarly sources (books and/or journals) 2 quotes from each source. You may also refer to the video programs. Choose one of the following options: 1. Choose 4-5 scenes that are in the book that are not in the film. Consider: Why did the filmmakers choose not to include these scenes? Are they scenes that are important to the story? What might they have added to the film if they had been included? 2. Choose 4-5 scenes that are in the book and are changed in the film. Consider: Why did the filmmakers choose to alter the scenes? Does the way the scenes have been altered change the story (different characters saying/doing different things; several scenes combined into one scene; scenes placed at different points in the story)? THEN  In your introduction, give some background about adapting books into films do you have any previous experiences with books you have read that have been made into films? What are some general responses we often hear about books made into movies? In your thesis (this can be more than one sentence), briefly name the 4-5cenes that you have chosen, why you have chosen them (the point that you will discuss/prove), and whether or not the filmmakers have remained  faithful to the spirit of the book . (Remember that your thesis should be in your introduction.) In the body of your essay, discuss each of the scenes that you have chosen. Be sure to use your 5 quotes to support your thesis in general, you should use at least one quote for each scene. This is where you would argue with the filmmaker s choices and reasons referring to the video programs would be helpful here. Then argue your position using a minimum of 3 movie reviews and 2 scholarly sources (books and/or journal articles) 2 quotes from each source (10 quotes). What is your conclusion about the success or failure of adapting the book into the movie?