Little Women: A Late Nineteenth Century Novel By Louisa May Alcott (Other (Not Listed) Sample)
To prepare an outline or graphic organizer that will serve as the foundation for an 1,800–2,000 word comparison and contrast essay
To begin the research process by preparing a bibliography in Modern Language Association citation and documentation format that consists of at least six
2 primary sources: the book and the film
4 secondary sources: book and film reviews, critiques, articles about the book and film, profiles of
the author and/or the director and actors that focus
on the content of the work.
Compare and Contrast Essay Outline
Little Women is a late nineteenth century novel by Louisa May Alcott, which follows the lives of four sisters and their mother while the sisters grow into being young women under the shadow of the American Civil War. The novel Little Women can differ dramatically from its adaptations – specifically, in this case, the 1994 film adaptation Little Women which starred Winona Ryder, Susan Sarandon, and Christian Bale as Jo, Marmee, and Laurie, respectively. The differences which exist in plot, theme, and characterisation, between the original novel and the 1994 adaptation will be thoroughly discussed. To do this, I will compare and contrast the original and its adaptation with regards to plot, characterisation, and themes, to see where they are similar, and where they are different, and also to potentially elaborate on how this changes our view of the story, and of the characters within it.
Choosing the characterisation of Amy and Laurie as
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