Dirga Arie Prayogo
Mr. Michael Rudolph
Dr. Jekyll AND Mr. Hyde: Novel and Film
Robert Louis Stevenson’s 1886 novel Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in New York. The novel adapted by Rosemary Border by Oxford University Press in 1991 and 2007. The story setting in London, United Kingdom in second half of 19s. The novel tells about strange and classic story about a respectable man who makes a poison to occasionally become a dark and evil man character to reach his dreams. Stevenson’s narrative focuses on a London lawyer named Gabriel John Utterson who investigates strange occurrences between his old friend, Dr. Henry Jekyll, and the misanthropic named Edward Hyde and to protect his friend to discover some truth about his friend that he could never have suspected. A major theme of the theme of the novel is what we think is not probably good for us and we should not play with chemical things. The movie version of Robert Louis Stevenson’s popular novel Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was released in December 31st , 1993. Produced by Rouben Mamoulian directed by Rouben Mamoulian, and adapted for the screen by Samuel Hefferstein, Percy Healt, and Paramount Pictures released in United States. In this essay compare and contrast the manner in which one element has been adapted by the filmmakers; in addition, I will compare and contrast the way between novel and film review.
One common element that is in both the novel and the film is the character of Dr. Lanyon Overall, this character is still same.
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