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Unformatted text preview: pursuit of Tadzuis family throughout Venice. He makes himself slightly known, however, when Tadziu sees him, which inevitably makes him look even odder. 4. How does the director interpret the very end of the novel? a. The director interprets the end of the novel as a very serene death for Aschenbach, making his death on the beaches of Venice very calm, quiet and unpronounced. In the film, very few people witness his death, and no one is quite alarmed about it. 5. How did the film add to your understanding and experience of the novel? a. This film helped me to further understand Aschenbachs obsession with Tadziu, especially during the scenes in which he follows the family, and watches him on the beach....
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2010 for the course POL 101 taught by Professor Po101misra during the Spring '10 term at St. Michael.
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