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It's All about the Movie

Summary: My essay is a comparison of "The Fall of the House of the Usher" book to the movie. It talks about how the movie had a lot more suspence to it and how its overall a better quality form of entertainment.
Suspense: The state or quality of being undecided, uncertain or doubtful or pleasurable excitement and anticipation regarding an outcome, such as the ending of a mystery novel. Through the course of the whole book "The Fall of the House of Usher" there was no way that any part of the definition suspense fit. On the other side of the picture, throughout the movie there was a strong feeling of anticipation and pleasurable excitement also known as the definition above: suspense. "The Fall of the House of Usher" is a mystery story but while reading it there was not a sense of anticipation that someone should feel while reading a mystery. For many reasons the movie created an opposite aura that one should feel while reading or watching a mystery and that's why the movie was a better version.

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