Auctiva's free scrolling gallery will enhance your listings. Autograph letter signed to a gentleman. \As for the question of literary work and cinema, it seems to me very complex. Literature and the art of the screen do not seem to me to have a common measure.For me, a film offers pleasures of a purely visual order that does not exclude the emotional, the pathetic. The \Ben Hur, who for three or four times ten or five minutes is a wonderful success, unfortunately pretends to touch literature.
The subject of a libretto for the screen must be plastic first. But the public demands that he be given pleasures the size of his taste, which remains that of readers of serial novels. Besides, the cinema, where I'm hardly going, gets tired very quickly. Jadmire extremely some shots, ingenious \But I feel, in the presence of a film, how the non-professionals should feel in an exhibition of paintings, outside the game, unfit to judge. The item \The seller is \This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.