Walking Across Egypt

Walking Across Egypt - Sean Campbell Campbell 1 English 101...

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Sean Campbell Campbell 1 English 101 Z Mrs. Anita Milner September 20, 2011 Comparing Egypt Walking Across Egypt is a story of compassion and redemption. It is a story that is as touching as it is funny. The story was so good that somebody decided there should be a film version of the book. Both the film and the book are great, yet both seem in a lot of ways to be different accounts of the same story. Which is better is left to individual decision, however, the movie seems to give a more complete account of what happened. Since the film is an adaptation of the book, the two have many similarities. All of the main characters from the book remain in the movie. About half of the movie and all of the book is seen through the eyes of Mattie. Wesley is probably the second most important character in the book, and he makes it into the movie unchanged for the most part. The one change that is really noticeable about Wesley in the movie is his teeth. The book described his teeth as being in very poor condition. However, in the movie it appears that he has not gone a single day without a toothbrush. Wesley's uncle
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