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Lionel Essrog, the freak show as we call him, he is such a special kind of character. His Tourette syndrome makes him remarkable and eccentric that no one else can be alike. His uniqueness makes the story more interesting, funnier … Continue reading LET’EM FREAK
Alex Mukwende Mukwende1 Jeffrey Gandell Underdogs, Outcast, & Loners Monday, October 17th, 2016 Lionel’s conflicts Dear Mr. Edward Norton, I hear you need help to turn the book Motherless Brooklyn into a film. After reading carefully the novel Mr. … Continue reading Lionel’s conflicts
In the novel, Motherless Brooklyn, by Jonathan Lethem, the background story and the development of the protagonist are thrilling and interesting. All readers will learn what type of character Lionel is, after reading this unique and ‘ticcish’ novel. Well, Mr. … Continue reading Obsession for the Opposite Sex
After having read Motherless Brooklyn, I can’t help but question why such a compelling and different novel hasn’t been successfully made into a movie yet. You lack focus, don’t you? Well here’s my advice to you. You could focus on … Continue reading Get on it, Norton!
Hello Edward, you have previously asked me about the one aspect that could tie everything up, and here I am to give you my answer. I believe the film adaptation should focus on the secondary characters. Of course, the protagonist … Continue reading Protagonist or Antagonist?
Dear Ed Norton, After thoroughly reading Motherless Brooklyn, a novel by Jonathan Lethem, it is clear to me that the main aspect of the novel to focus on while adapting it to film is the main conflict of the novel; Lionel’s inner … Continue reading Motion Pictures Presents: Mr Twitch