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    I'd like to know if you have read these two novels: "The Color Purple" and "A passage to India", and watched their films. If so plzz can you provide with the analysis of the two films and novels, and I'd like to know how to compare between a passage of a novel and its scene in a film adapted to it?
    If you didn't watch or read them plzz how can I analyse a scene or a passage and ow to compare between them? thanks in advance.

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    Possibly the easiest way to start is to look for differences. Often, a film makes changes to a novel- some scenes can be removed, or the sequence of events can be changed, scenes are sometimes added. With long novels, sub-plots (stories inside the main story) may be removed because it would take too long to include everything.

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