Pride and Prejudice Essay | Comparison of Novel and Film Versions of "Pride and Prejudice"

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Comparison of Novel and Film Versions of "Pride and Prejudice"

Summary: A comparison of Jane Austen's classic novel "Pride and Prejudice" with a film version. In the author's opinion, so much time is spent on the character of Mrs. Bennet in the movie that it fails to properly expand the other characters.
Upon comparing and contrasting the movie and the book of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, I have found many contrasts between them. These changes do not alter the plot and the theme of Pride and Prejudice, though they do take away important messages and the original story that Jane Austen wrote. Through these changes to the novel, such as the changes to the character of Mr. Collins, differentiations of the Bennet mansion, and far too much focus on Mrs. Bennet, it demonstrates that the movie has made large changes to the story.

In the novel of Pride and Prejudice the story is somewhat altered by a few changes to many of the aspects of the book. One such amendment is the layout and the style of the Bennet Mansion. The book describes the house (aptly named Longbourn) as nothing...

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