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Essay | Great Expectations by Dickens Vs. the Film Adaptation Directed by Cuaron

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Great Expectations by Dickens Vs. the Film Adaptation Directed by Cuaron

Summary: Provides a comparison between "Great Expectations" by Dickens and the film adaptation directed by Cuaron.
Great Expectations is the expression of human life, and it is from this idea that book, by Charles Dickens, and the film, directed by Alfonoso Cuaron, originate. They follow Pip/Finn's life, and his great expectations, from his childhood till he is an adult. Both texts, set in very different times, express the human condition. What came with the exploration of Pip's world (and later the translation of Pip's world into a modern context) was a reflection on human behaviour, relationships, class, and the cause of most Pip's problems, wealth. These values that existed years ago in Dickens' society, are still present today. And these values still emerge from the film. Although the film was sculpted into a modern Great Expectations, appropriate for the contemporary audience, the same values are present because they are still an accurate representation of...

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