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Title: From Novel to Screen: A Comparative Study on Dan Brown's Novel The Da Vinci Codeand Its Film Adaptation Directed by Ron Howard
Authors: Paudel, Narayan Prasad
Keywords: Feminist Voice;Postmodernist;Comparative Study
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Department of English
Institute Name: Central Department of English
Level: Masters
Abstract: This research studies the relationship between the novel The Da Vinci Code and its film adaptation. While a novel is a written work of art designed to be read, a film is a visual and aural art to be seen and heard. Nonetheless, they share a number of elements like narrative, setting, plot and so forth. This research examines how the novelThe Da Vinci Codeand its film adaptation stand as autonomous works of art in spite of their having played on the same themes and the same narrative. In the similar way the film adaptation slightly deviates from its source novel The Da Vinci Codein its unorthodox stance towards the issue of Jesus Christ's divinity.
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