You can compare any two things—an apple and an aardvark, or a slug and a skyscraper. You could fill in the blanks without even thinking.
August 1, Clash of the titans: On a fishing trip indirector Howard Hawks told Hemingway as much. You need money, you know. If I make three dollars in a picture, you get one of them. I can make a picture out of your worst story. All you have to do is make a story about how they met. No man alone now.
Moreover, since they stand on their own and are told in third- and first-person narration, respectively, they awkwardly stand out from the larger, final third of the book. Literary reviewers came down hard on To Have and Have Not.
To add injury to insult, several places banned To Have and Have Not a year after its release. Likewise, in New York, the borough of Queens forbade its distribution. Hemingway displays — as he has been displaying almost from the beginning of his career — an extraordinary mastery of the art of indirect exposition of character.
In life our ideas of other persons are inferences based on what they do and say. Hemingway chooses to let us learn about his characters in the same way, and therefore reports, for the most part, only what could be known to the eye and ear.
To do this, with the economy he demands, requires a high order of craftsmanship. We know Morgan because of what he says, sometimes because of what he thinks.
We know him, too, because we understand the relations of other persons, particularly his wife, with him. All this Hemingway gives us in a few scenes, each of them relatively brief. On that fishing trip inHawks told his friend Hemingway straight out that the reason he wanted to make a film out of To Have and Have Not was because it was a novel with a strong central character, Harry Morgan, who could be portrayed by a money-drawing, star actor.
Hawks knew whereof he spoke: While it would be fascinating to investigate the nexus of two future Nobel Prize winners for literature, it would also be inaccurate. Faulkner wrote the screenplay for the film version of To Have and Have Not, but his exact contributions to the script are unclear.
Likewise, comparing and contrasting the entire book versus the entire film of To Have and Have Not is difficult and probably pointless, as the incredible number differences between the two works make such an undertaking unfeasible.
More reasonable is to outline the most major changes Hawks made when adapting Morgan from paper to celluloid. In this way, a look into the context as well as mindset of Hemingway and Hawks becomes clearer. A look at America in the eras of the book and film versions of To Have and Have Not illustrates the point.
Inwhen Hemingway released the novel, American authors wrote fiction strongly influenced by events of the day; obviously most important was the Great Depression.
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Compare and Contrast Essay Tips English A compare and contrast essay is about comparing and contrasting the differences and similarities to make a point Compare = how are they alike Contrast = how they are different Clearly establish the basis of the comparison and/or contrast.
Comparing and Contrasting What this handout is about This handout will help you first to determine whether a particular assignment is asking for comparison/contrast and then to generate a list of similarities and differences, decide which similarities and differences to focus on, and organize your paper so that it will be clear and effective.