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Last of the Mohicans Contrast and ComparisonWhile reading Last of the Mohicans I found that there are many differences between the book and the movie Before I read the book I thought it would exactly like the movie but I was wrong If you were to read the book and then watch the movie you would be amazed at what they left out of the book and vice versa The book and movie did not contain only differences but also similarities As I stated before there are many differences between the book and the movie For example in the book there is a character by the name of David Gamut This character follows his profession of the psalmodist carrying his faith through song into the wilderness Gamut wants to join Major Duncan Heyward Maugua and Alice and Cora Munro and while arguing with Alice over this matter he pulls out the 26th edition of The Bay Psalm Book and begins to sing in full sweet melodious tones Gamut is a tall ungainly singing master described as ridiculously dressed and carrying a pitch pipe while riding a horse and pulling along a pony At a muttered comment from Magua Major Duncan orders Gamut to be quiet for safety This scene was not only not in the movie but neither was the character of GamutThe movie not only left out a character it left out other scenes One such scene would be when Uncas Chickengook and Hawkeye join Cora Alice Duncan Maugua and Gamut When these characters join the party they tell Duncan that Maugua is a Huron spy Duncan decides to question Maugua but when he does Maugua runs away When Maugua begins to run Duncan wants to chase him but Uncas Chickengook and Hawkeye see that it is not wise to chase him because there might be more of his tribe near This is not only dissimilar
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