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You can choose any of the following 3 options for your posting due Monday, 2/11 by 5pm.

1. Using some of the vocabulary from the Corrigan article on Canvas or Giannetti's chapter on "Editing." take a scene from either Citizen Kane or Rebecca and argue what makes this scene a hallmark of the director's style? What specific uses of the camera, the adaptation process, or the editing process make this film scene indicative of either Welles or Hitchcock, in other words, use a scene analysis to argue what makes one of the men an auteur?

2. Using Corrigna's ideas on point of view and character adaptation, choose a scene from Hitchcock's Rebeccaand discuss how character or point of view is adapted from the novel. Be sure to cite page numbers from the novel, and list both novel and film as sources on a Works Cited entry.

3. Considering Rebecca as part of the  film noir genre, discuss a specific scene from the novel and from the film in terms of its adaptation and argue for how the film maintains the audience expectations for the genre of noir as detective fiction. Be sure to cite page numbers from the novel, and list both novel and film as sources on a Works Cited entry.

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