• anonymous
There have been many film adaptations of Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein. How do most film adaptations differ from the original text version of the story?
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  • anonymous
They make the story more exciting by only giving Victor’s version. They create more sympathy for the creature by giving him a back story. They create less sympathy for the creature by making him a mindless beast. They are less complex because they lack the multiple perspectives of the novel.
  • texaschic101
this is just a guess....I am going with C.....they create less sympathy for the creature by making him a mindless beast

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