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Medoro 1 Andrew Medoro Ms. Hall English 112DD 29 March 2011 The Contrast of Literature and American Cinema Cat on a Hot Tin Roof was a very eye-opening experience; it was an excellent example of the effect with which dialogue has upon a story, and your experience with it. With nothing but stage descriptions and the conversations taking place between characters we rely almost entirely on the characters to continue and develop the plot as well as set relationships as the story progresses. However, having concluded both the novel and movie versions of the play there were several contrasting differences that stood out for me as a student of literature and a film critic. The influence of sexuality with regards to Maggie’s character, and the conclusion of the film that was much more geared towards your typical Hollywood romantic ending, rather than the more cynical ending, initially intended by Tennessee Williams. The opening scenes of both the movie and play showcases Maggie ranting about
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