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AThe story of The Jilting of Granny Weatherall by Katherine Ann Porter is portrayed in two different ways by the video and story versionBBoth versions of the story have the same basic main points but some of the smaller points are different between the two tellings of the storyCThere are several differences between the movie version of The Jilting of Granny Weatherall and the written version which affect the way the video and story are interpreted The differences which changed the interpretation of the video and story are how the two versions begin the story start with Granny in her deathbed the video shows us one day of her life before she goes to the deathbed the second difference is the point of view the stories are told from the written is told from a limited omniscient the video is from first person and third difference is Grannys readiness for death In the story she was ready for death the video showed her not ready for death1Both the written and video version has the story starting out in a different place which changes the interpretation of the stories2The written version begins with Granny Weatherall in her deathbed which leaves the entire story less clear the characters less developed and the problem with Granny more undefined The interpretation of this version is Granny was very bothered by several things from her past and was not quite over her broken engagement3The video version begins with a day in the life of Granny Weatherall and then we are takes to her deathbed This is easier to understand because the story is more developed the characters are more developed and we understand why Granny was jilted The interpretation of this version is that Granny has worked all of her life and is still bothered by the loss of her youngest child and her one-time fianc and is not quite ready to die1Both of these stories are told from different
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