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As a world-famous literary characters would look like in life

A great author may create the image of the hero of a literary work with words alone. And often the description of literary characters is given special attention, since the chosen writer features will help you to form an opinion about the identity and character of the hero. When the film adaptation of the book these characteristics are often lost.

American artist and filmmaker Brian Joseph Davis in his project, The Composites animates the world-famous literary characters according to the description in the novels with a police program that creates sketches of the suspects.

It should be noted that most of the portraits of the artist and embodied on the screen, very similar, like Tom Ripley from “the Talented Mr Ripley” and played it to Matt Damon. So all is not lost in modern cinema.

Tom Ripley, the novel “the Talented Mr. Ripley” by American writer Patricia highsmith.

Norman Bates, the novel “Psycho” by American science fiction writer Robert albert Bloch.

Annie Wilkes, the novel “misery” by Stephen king.

Marla singer, the novel “Fight club” by American writer Chuck Palahniuk.

Lisbeth Salander, the series of books by Swedish writer Stieg Larsson’s “Millennium”.

Inspector Javert, the novel of Victor Hugo “Les Miserables”.

Jack TORRANCE, Stephen king “the Shining”.

Dracula, a novel by the Irish writer Bram Stoker’s “Dracula.”

Daisy Buchanan, the novel by American writer F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “the Great Gatsby”.

Christian grey, the book “50 shades of grey” by E. L. James.

The monster of Dr. Victor Frankenstein, the novel by Mary Shelley “Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus”.

Katniss Everdeen, trilogy, Suzanne Collins “the Hunger games”.

Dorian gray novel by Oscar Wilde “the Portrait of Dorian gray”.

Hannibal Lecter novels of Thomas Harris ‘ “Red dragon,” “silence of the lambs”, “Hannibal”, “Hannibal rising”.

Clarice Starling, the novels of Thomas Harris ‘ “Red dragon”, “silence of the lambs”, “Hannibal”.

Jane Eyre, the Charlotte Bronte novel “Jane Eyre”.

The Ghost, the Gothic novel of Gaston Leroux “the phantom of the Opera”.

Sherlock Holmes, a series of works of Arthur Conan Doyle.

Woland, a novel by Mikhail Bulgakov “the Master and Margarita”.

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