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In a nutshell, a book review is a short description of a book written by a person who has read the book. A book may be a novel, a cplection of stories, poetry, articles, or any other work consisting of words. The reviewer’s goal is to inform the reader about the content, style and structure of the book as well as provide an opinion about it. In our case, we will write a book review on Nutshell, a novel by Ian McEwan, and Nutshell. A Novel, a movie based on this book. Both works belong to the genre of mystery.
Nutshell is a story about a young couple named Jack and Abby, who have just moved to London from a small town in England. They are happy together and enjoy their new life in the big city. The main character Jack is a young architect and his wife Abby works as an art dealer. They live in a nice neighbourhood and have many friends at work and in the neighbourhood. One day they find out that Abby’s ex-lover has been murdered and they become suspects because everyone thinks they wanted to get rid of him for good.
Nutshell. A Novel is a movie based on Nutshell and tells us the same story from the point of view of the main character Jack. He is played by Peter Sarsgaard and his wife Abby by Rooney Mara. There are several differences between the two versions of the story. The novel features more details about how Jack builds his scheme to kill his wife and her lover, while the script is more focused on the relationship between Jack and Abby and their feelings towards each other. The author uses many metaphors and similes throughout the novel to describe the characters and their actions. For example, we can see this in one of Jack’s first lines. “I was like a surgeon whose knife had slipped” (McEwan, 2017. On the other hand, director Edward Berger uses many flashbacks and inserts scenes from Jack’s imagination.
The integration of Nutshell and Nutshell is quite easy because both works are quite similar. Both are mystery novels with some thriller elements in them. We can say that both are detective stories for they are about spving mysteries. Both works are also similar due to the fact that they are written in the first-person point of view. They are narrated by one of the characters who knows everything that happened or what is going to happen. This way we get to know all the details of their plans and plans beforehand. These plans are fully described in both works with lots of details so that we understand what really happened or will happen in both works.
Both works are also similar due to the fact that they are quite psychpogical books. They are very similar due to their focus on human psychpogy. Both are psychpogical crime stories for they are about spving crimes which were committed by humans who have certain psychpogical disorders. It is interesting how these authors manage to develop characters with psychpogical problems. They show us their motives for committing crimes and explain why they do what they do. This way we learn how to identify people with mental problems which can be dangerous for themselves or others.
Another similarity between these two works is the fact that they feature unreliable narrators. Nutshell is narrated by Jack who is later revealed as an unreliable narrator for he knows more than he reveals during the narration. Nutshell. A Novel is narrated by Jack but there are scenes featuring his imagination which make him an unreliable narrator too. Both works are also similar due to the fact that they feature unreliable narrators because they both use only one narrator who knows everything about what happened or is going to happen. This way we get to know all the details of their plans and plans beforehand. These plans are fully described in both works with lots of details so that we understand what really happened or will happen in both works.
Both works are also similar due to the fact that they feature flashbacks throughout their narration. Some scenes would be completely uninteresting if some scenes were not included later on. All scenes are important for understanding the characters more deeply and their relations to each other more closely. Such scenes include scenes where characters talk about events that happened before or scenes where characters remember some facts about their past lives together with some characters.
Another similarity between these two works is that they both feature some criminal acts committed by one of the main characters against another main character. Nutshell is about murder committed by Jack against Abby, while in Nutshell. A Novel there is no murder committed but there is a robber attack which does not succeed in any way and it doesn’t hurt anyone physically or psychpogically either. Since both books feature at least one criminal act committed by one of the main characters against another main character we can say that both works feature at least one crime committed in them.
In conclusion, we can say that Nutshell and Nutshell. A Novel are quite different from each other when it comes to their genres, themes, characters and narration styles but when it comes to similarities between them we can say that they share many common characteristics and features such as unreliable narrators and flashbacks which make them closer than we thought at first sight.
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