While many elements were changed from short story to film and each had varying importance, there was one part of the story that didn’t change from page to screen at all which was, personally, the most well-written and well-filmed element by Woolrich and Hitchcock: the rear window.
My review of Toni Morrison’s 1977 classic, Song of Solomon…
Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism? Not the church, argues James K. A. Smith in this 2006 book.
I review Mark Sibley-Jones’s debut novel, By The Red Glare, which recounts Sherman’s attack on Columbia, SC.