What is the difference between going to the theatre and reading the same plot ov

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  1. ceyda profile image63
    ceydaposted 7 years ago

    What is the difference between going to the theatre and reading the same plot over book?

    Visualizing or imagination


  2. Goody5 profile image30
    Goody5posted 7 years ago

    The book is usually full of more details for your imagination.

  3. Aley Martin profile image75
    Aley Martinposted 7 years ago

    Reading a book offers you the opportunity to exercise your imagination and to create a world like no other. Films, while enjoyable are another persons depiction of the story and because they must be shorter and more succinct, take away many of the things you might enjoy had you read the material. Most of the time if you have read the book, the movie is disappointing. In rare cases, you will find a movie true to a book, but it still lacks the creative impulse you envisioned it to be.

    1. ceyda profile image63
      ceydaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      you are totally right .Actually both of them seem in my eyes equal side. Seein a film or a play in theatre can create "the sense of community while reading a book can be more individual analysis.Another point that you said it is an good brainstorming

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    edutrainposted 7 years ago

    While going to the theatre is generally a time-saver, it doesn't allow for the contemptation of each segment of the story that you would normally experience while reading a novel over the period of several days.

    Have you ever noticed that you often remember a novel that you read during vacation better than a novel that you read during your normal schedule?  This is because you have more time for contemptation and the integration of ideas with your own experiences.  You can consider the actions of the charaters in reference to people in your own life, and consider how such events would have affected you.  This tiem of contemptation allows you to mentally interact with the stories and characters inside your head at a pace that is more digestable and less forgettable.

    1. ceyda profile image63
      ceydaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      you are  right .ı can say ı was ın the mıddle . because while we can have interpretation of the events in detail in reading . ı can make an visualistic view  to keep in my mind in seeing too.thanks for illuminating to give a right direction .


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