The effects of the following pairs of originals and adaptations

Adaptation is a controversial and sometimes infuriating art; an adapter may attempt to preserve an original work’s theme, deliberately change it, comment ironically upon it, update it to accommodate changes in society, or attempt to remain utterly faithful to it to the exclusion of all else. When the adaptation is in a different medium from the original, the adapter has a whole new set of problems with which to deal. Concentrating on theme, compare the effects of the following pairs of originals and adaptations: J. K. Rowling’s (Book) Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and Columbus’s (Movie 2001 Fantasy/Fiction) Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.

 

 

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