Name: Course: Professor: Date: To Kill a Mockingbird For versions of a product to be available there must be a difference between the two versions. The differences can be seen if one product is converted to another. To begin with the similarities some characters like Tom Robinson died in their attempt to escape from prison in both the film and the movie (Lee Harper p10). The movie has exaggerations that are not seen in the film. The film does not present the sentiments that (Lee Harper p10). The movie does not show the incidence of Jem of getting into Radley’s place. The book indicates that Scout and Jem were in Radley’s yard and Radley came out to scare them with is gun. However the movie indicated that Radley scared the duo when Jem came back for his pants. References Lee Harper. "To kill a mockingbird." Litigation (1990): 68-58. Murphy Mary McDonagh. Scout Atticus and Boo: A Celebration of Fifty Years of To Kill a Mockingbird. Random House 2015. [...]
In a five-minute oral report, compare and contrast the film and movie versions of To Kill a Mockingbird. Compare and contrast the ways in which related themes are treated differently in each medium with a particular focus on the theme of moral courage. Compare and contrast the effectiveness of each treatment the way various themes are treated in each media.