A literary type is a group of typologies (not to be confused with “typification”) in literary studies that is performed within the category of the literary genus (see the article). Some researchers confuse the type and literary genre (see the article) due to the complexity of their theoretical distinction, but it is possible, and therefore the literary type must be sought when searching for a particular work. Since the species is typologized within the genus, it is necessary to list them in groups according to the genera. Continue reading
The film adaptation of the most popular novel abroad by Haruki Murakami. The Director is the French-Vietnamese Director Chan an hung, who did not distinguish himself in any way before or after “Norwegian forest”. The film was released in 2010. What will immediately please connoisseurs of the canons-the movie was shot in Japan and with Japanese actors. Why then did not pick up a Director from Japan, it is unclear. The film, however, was not harmed by Chang an-hung’s foreign origin.
The plot is not different from the original, the characters are also unchanged: there is Watanabe, the protagonist, a loner and taciturn, is Naoko Continue reading