From novel to Film: Atonement
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The thesis aims to compare and analyze Ian McEwan’s Atonement (2001) and its film adaptation with the same title directed by Joe Wright (2007). The novel has a complex narrative structure which allows the readers to experience how Briony, the narrator who is in the end turns out to be unreliable, constructs fiction in order to atone for her mistake: an unreliable narrator tells the reliable truth. The thesis aims to analyze the use, function and outcome of narration both in the novel and in the film. In order to attain the aim, this thesis sets out to investigate the aspects that have undergone changes during the process of adaptation as well as how these changes affect the outcome for the reader/viewer in each case.
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