As the topic suggests, this paper is to be written on the work, “Evening Primrose” by John Collier and its film adaptation. The instructions say: “Compare the original story to the subsequent adaptation. Do the changes made in the adaptation support the themes of the original story? In what other ways does the adaptation support or change the themes of the story and why is this significant? Remember you are not pointing out differences and similarities.
The following is a checklist made by the instructor as well:
“1. Does your essay have a works cited page in MLA format? Do you list the sources in alphabetical order?
2. Does the works cited page list the story you used and 2 outside sources?
3. Is one of your of your sources longer than 5 pages and have a list (works cited, footnotes, bibliography) of sources?
4. Is one of your sources from Drexel Library databases?
5. Is at least one of your sources about the story or author(with a few exceptions)?
6. Does your essay have MLA format in text citations?
7. Do you cite the story and/ or other sources at least once in each paragraph?
8. Do you cite when you paraphrase, as well as when you quote?
9. Did you incorporate an analysis of the original story that discusses some of the elements of fiction?”
Attached will be a source I found from the University that can be used (citation below), and a sample essay on this topic. Please use different themes from the sample, of course, but please feel free to use any theme, symbol, or literary element you wish (no more than 2). An example could be the theme of freedom, materialism, etc.
Here is the citation for the included source:
Koresky. (2018). A Little More Night Music: Stephen Sondheims 60s TV musical adaptation of a John Collier horror story, Evening Primrose, still has the power to unsettle. Film Comment, 54(2), 24.
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