The same story all with the same plot, same characters, and in the end the exact same sorrowful outcome. Both the book and the film are about the same story called An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, but somehow it seems like you get a much better picture and realization of the story and what is going on if you read it on paper opposed to film. The story does unquestionably take numerous alterations and
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for the person watching it. This is one of the big advantages of the book when compared to the movie, it is much easier and more effective to express feelings and emotions to the reader by use of the book.
In conclusion you can easyily see that both the book and the movie have various distinct differences. This statement can be support by the many examples that occur throughout both the book and the movie.