DOI: 10.17265/2159-5836/2014.03.003
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Naglaa Hassan Abou-Agag

Abstract: The paper proposes to investigate feelings of guilt, love, and forgiveness as they manifest themselves in David Hare's The Reader (2009). It will focus on Hare's selection of detail in his screenplay The Reader; a dramatic adaptation of Bernhard Schlink's novel of 1995. This will involve comparing the novel to the dramatic text for the purpose of showing the movement from narrative to dramatic rendering. The paper aspires to reach the conclusion that Hare's screenplay, The Reader creates a world of significat…

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