Comparatively analyze one of the King Arthur stories in print, with one of its c

Comparatively analyze one of the King Arthur stories in print, with one of its corresponding cinematic versions. You will need to apply the concepts of Visual Rhetoric explained. Use the ” Print-to-Film Matrix” to help you articulate the relationship between the print and cinematic versions and whether the movie is a version or an adaptation.
Make clear and explicit use of the lecture materials in Intertextuality theory and Jung in your analysis of the print version, and use McLuhan to help you discuss how the story changes in film. There’s no need to define these theoretical concepts; apply them with the same specific language used in the readings.
Consider starting with a single episode or moment because it’s easier to start small and specific and build outwards rather than start big and vague. Does the medium alter the story? If so, how? If not, why note? And what are the determining qualities inherent in each medium?
You must have an argument or opinion that requires proof (i.e., a thesis), and it should build upon carefully selected and arranged evidence. Be clear on what you want to persuade your reader to feel, think, believe, or understand (which is really what YOU think, feel, believe, or understand)! The best way to develop a thesis is to ask a fundamental question (or describe an apparent problem or inconsistency) and then respond to the question (or choose a side on the apparent problem or inconsistency)