Evaluate the narrative called “Killings” by Dubus and the film adaptation “In the Bedroom”. The film “In the Bedroom” is the producer’s own interpretation of the story “Killings” by Dubus, use the film as a form of literary criticism for the story “Killings” by Dubus. You will evaluate both pieces and include the following things:
– Introduction: Give a brief summary of the topics and/or problem(s) addressed by the works in question. Include a hook to reel your audience in. As well as a thesis statement to tie in both pieces.
-Summary of argument: Summarize both piece’s arguments. If there is an identifiable thesis statement, you may consider quoting it directly.
-About the author: Some basic biographical information about the author(s) or editor(s) of the book and the film you are reviewing is necessary. Who are they? What are they known for (in a literature or film aspect)? What particular sorts of qualifications and expertise do they bring to the subject?
Summary of contents: A reasonably thorough indication of the research methods used (if applicable) and the range of substantive material covered in the book and film should be included. (highlight key points in the book and film that you find supports your thesis and paper in its entirety) (can include (if applicable) literary devices used to enhance the story and for the film parts in the movie that you find to be significant to the story and the producers’ style for the film even though it’s based on the book). For instance, the lobsters and the conversation about the lobsters at the beginning of the movie and Franks patchy jeans can be an example.
-Strength: Identify one particular area in which you think the book/short story/play/film does well. this should, ideally, be its single greatest strength as a work.
-Weakness: Identify one particular area in which you think the book/short story/play/ film could be improved. While this weakness might be related to something you actually believe to be incorrect, it is more likely to be something that the author and film producer omitted, or neglected to address in sufficient detail.
-Conclusion: End your review with a concluding statement summarizing your opinion of the book/work/film or short story. You should also explicitly identify a range of audiences whom you think would appreciate reading or otherwise benefit from the work. (Who would like this work and/or who would benefit from reading/viewing/etc. the work?)
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