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The Cider House RulesThis acadamy award winning screenplay by John Irving was written over a fourteen year period and is the companion screenplay to the Miramax film co starring Michael Caine who won the Acadmy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as DrWilbur LarchThe Cider House Rules is set in rural Maine in the first half of this century It tells the story of Homer Wells an orphan who is r In Cider House rules John Irving manages what few author's can He truly weaves a story The threads of the paths of the individual characters come together to create a complete fabric while remaining believable The characters are well developed moving the reader to compassion or dislike depending on one's view The development of the lead character Homer Wells is compelling and held my interest during the entire book which is fairly long one But it does not overshadow the other characters Many of the characters are noble but they all have deep flaws Irving even managed to make me laugh out loud in the midst of several intense even depressing events in the lives of his characters A word of warning the book deals with abortiona central theme in the book in a graphic manner The movie an award winner in it's own right only remotely follows the book So if you have seen the movie don't judge the book by it I would recommend the book to those who like stories deep with individual struggle and human interaction

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The only family he has ever knownHomer's new life provides excitement than he could have imagined especially when he falls in love for the first time But when forced to make decisions that will change the course of his future Homer finally realizes that he can't escape his past The Cider House Rules is ultimately about the choices we make and the rules that are meant to be broke Cider House Rules is the most entertaining Screenplay I have read in a high school English class We watched the movie as well and I feel the film interpretation elaborates on the emotion that is hidden in the script The story connects all the characters together through the primary and secondary story lines while making it a realistic and entertaining tale that we can all relate to in some aspect

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The Cider House Rules kindle Ò 192 pages Download ´ eyltransferservices ↠ [PDF / Epub] ★ The Cider House Rules By John Irving – This acadamy award winning screenplay by John Irving was written over a fourteen year period and is the companion screenplay to the Aised and mentored by Wilbur Larch the doctor at the orphanage Dr Larch teaches Homer eveything about medicine Yet though his capacity for kindness is saintly Larch is also an ether addict He and Homer come into conflict which is typical of many father son relationships but in this case their conflict is intensified by their disagreements about abortion The result is Homer leaves The screenplay for The Cider House Rules has one thing going for it in that is incredibly honest in its depiction of real life and how people usually act It has a great sense of 1940s period atmosphere most of the characters are rather compelling even if they're not all that likable and when going through it the first time you're not entirely sure what direction the story is going to take nextSo why did I rate it two stars?uite honestly the third act takes a turn for the worst when it devolves into unbelievable angst Two characters have a uestionable romantic affair one character dies a highly melodramatic death points are explicitly made about not having to abide by rules set by other people even though that viewpoint is highly doubtful if given enough scrutiny and the worst part of this entire screenplay was that I never felt like there was ever an emotional payoff when it came to the main character's personal growth or if there was it was incredibly cheapThe Cider House Rules is only a good story when it's fulfilling certain criteria and those who suggest it's OK to be selective on this regard are giving this tale much credit than what is due There are better stories better screenplays and honestly someone will spend their time wisely if they pursue those tales instead