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A novel is a book. It is a way of telling a story through text. A film on the other hand can be seen. It tells a story through moving images. There are a number of similarities between a film and a novel.

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Media Assignment A novel is a book. It is a way of telling a story through text. A film on the other hand can be seen. It tells a story through moving images. There are a number of similarities between a film and a novel. They both have characters and they both have speech. However, they are very different in that a novel has only words and we have to use our imagination to bring everything to life. ...read more.

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Where as in a novel the reader has to use their imagination. One advantages of a film could be that its easier to understand but it does not allow our imagination. It is different to a novel because the reader has to use their imagination. One of the advantages of a novel is that ther are more and description. It is different to a film where the viewer where the uses their senses. In the film of mice and men starts of with the opening titles. ...read more.

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The music starts to get louder. It is daytime and the woman is wearing a red dress. The camera changes from the girl to George and Lennie running away. The music continues to get louder. We hear dogs barking. The pictures change to show what is happening to both people. This all adds to the build up of tension and excitement. George and Lennie hide in the river. The music becomes quiet and the sound fades away. All we can hear is the sound of the men looking for them. George and Lennie quietly creep away. The picture changes to night fall. There is no music just the sound of a train. ...read more.

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