English, 20.11.2020 22:40, Vanessabattags4581

Which statement below accurately describes a major difference between the short story and The Twilight Zone version of this story? 1. The short story version does not include dialogue, while the movie version does include dialogue.
2. The movie version includes foreshadowing, while the short story version does not.
3. In the short story version, Farquhar is a soldier, while in the movie version, he is a civilian.
4. In the movie version, music is often used in place of figurative language and imagery

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