The Body vs. 'Stand By Me' Essay

1215 Words May 27th, 2002 3 Pages
This is a comparison between the book The Body, by Stephen King, and the movie made based on it, Stand By Me. It talks about whether or not the movie captures the essence of the book.

Have you ever tried to interpret or describe another person 's dream they have told you about? Oppositely, has anyone ever tried to interpret or describe one of your dreams to another person after you have told them? If so, how did it turn out? More than likely, their description and/or interpretation of how they viewed the occurrences in your dream were far different than the actual visions that you had in your head. For that reason, only you yourself can describe and interpret something that has happened to or is personal to you most accurately when
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Best not to mix in too much with the Chamberses. Poor white trash; shanty Irish (p431)." My heart goes out to Chris. She doesn 't even know him and yet she is judging him because of the social status he was born into. It 's not Chris 's fault, but King let 's us know that that doesn 't matter. What matters is the invisible label he will forever have on his forehead because of his family. The movie does not depict it so seem so bad. The movie shows scenes

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