Pride And Prejudice Book Vs Movie Analysis
20 November 2015
Pride and Prejudice
Book vs. Movie Every person likes to watch movies, but usually people watch movies that are not related to books. Not everyone prefers to watch the adaptation of the book, because adaptations generally derogate from the plot of the book or has some parts changes. Anyway a difference of the movie from the book is always present. It is not an easy job to film decent movie, moreover it is harder to create proper adaptation of a famous and respectable book. An example of such book is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. This book has several adaptations. The movie that will be compared to the book which is the 2005 adaptation starring Keira Knightly and Matthew Macfadyen in main roles.
The Pride and Prejudice was written by British author Jane Austen and was first published in 1813. The book tells the story of a young woman Elizabeth Bennet and the way she deals with issues of marriage, manners, education, morality and values in the society. “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in …show more content…
What is better the movie or the book is troublesome question. I prefer reading books because I can imagine the characters, the emotions, whether in the book it is already given. It is rare that the movie and the my imaginations coincide that’s why if I read the book, I wouldn’t watch the movie, and if I watched the movie, I wouldn’t read the book. However, after I read the book and watched the movie, I was satisfied. The movie is a very fine and delicate narration of the book, although it didn’t keep close to the movie. Anyway, it is up to person to decide what is better, tastes differ and one opinion will no necessarily match with another. I do recommend those who haven’t read or watched Pride and Prejudice either to read or to watch it or