Sunday, March 24, 2019

Movie Essays - Comparing the Novel and Film Version of Joy Luck Club

Comparing the Novel and Film Version of merriment Luck Club Wayne Wangs readjustment of Amy Tans Joy Luck Club combines literary and cinematic devices by adopting the novels narrative techniques and strengthening them through image and sound. The adaptation exemplifies not a destruction or abuse of Amy Tans novel, but the effect of a new work of art, not hindered but enhanced by the strengths of its literary precursor. Incorporating her familys own experiences as Chinese immigrants to the United States, Amy Tan tells the stage of four Chinese mothers (Suyuan Woo, An-mei Hsu, Lindo Jong, Ying-ying St. Clair) and their American-born daughters (Jing-mei June Woo, Rose Hsu Jordan, Wave... .... Pour une lecture sociocritique de ladaptation cinematographique. Une publication de lInstitut de Sociocritique --Montpellier.1995. Drolet. vocalizing her stories to change the (con)text of identity.UMI Dissertation Services. Michigan 1994. Aycock, Wendell. Film and literature a comparat ive approach to adaptation. Texas Tech University Press, 1988.

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