Hatchet Vs A Cry In The Wild Analysis

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The book Hatchet does a better job of telling the story than the movie “A Cry in the Wild”, because the book has better examples of imagery and foreshadowing. The first example is the kissing scene, the book describes the kiss as a big, juicy, meaningful kiss. But in the movie it does not describe the kiss as good as the book does. Another neat example of imagery is the scene that Brain in eats the turtle eggs. Brain describes eating the eggs as a slimy, smelly, and the egg even slid down his throat. This hurts the movie badly. Last but not least, we have some foreshadowing examples.One example of foreshadowing is the sparks. Brain had a dream about his friend, Terry, and his dad. They were trying to tell him to try to build a fire, later

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