Deadline for this post is the end of Wednesday, 2 April 2014.
In relation to references (in a very broad meaning) used in process of creative writing, adaptation is one of many ways of reading one work and transform it into another.
Keep in mind that Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew (the complete play and/or the abridged version you are required to read) and 10 Things I Hate about You are two different works. Observe how aspect/element of story triangulation (plot-characterization-setting) in those two works is built and different or similar from each other. Focus on how the aspect/element is significant to the story triangulation.
Your response should be in form of significant opinion and/or valid argument about one specific aspect/element of any of the story triangulation in relation with adaptation process.
No study questions this time, but we provide list of aspects/elements you can pick and choose to discuss. (Please just pick one and focus on one specific detail to form a solid argument) You can either write your comment of your own composed opinion or submit a comment about one of these points.
- Elizabethan Drama
- 1999 Hollywood
- Teen film
- Comedy-drama or Comedy or Drama
- Walter Stratford
- Ms. Perky
- Prom Night
- Mode of transportation
- Mode of communication
- Any song as BGM and/or Soundtrack
- ’10 Things I Hate about You’ Poem.