The Fantasies of Sleepy Hollow Analytical Essay by Annette

The Fantasies of Sleepy Hollow
The following essay discusses the daydream of Ichabod Crane in Tim Burton's film, "Sleepy Hollow."
# 4370 | 650 words | 3 sources | 2003 | US
Published on Feb 12, 2003 in Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.)


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Description:

This essay draws on the similarities and comparisons between Washington Irving's "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" and Tim Burton's film, "Sleepy Hollow" with specific reference to the daydream scenes.

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"Yet this daydream has no few of the aspects of a nightmare as well. In the real world, the worst Ichabod will ever endure is a fall from his faithful, and borrowed, steed Gunpowder. In the daydream film, he shall be skewered with a ghostly sword, beaten, choked, and otherwise bodily assaulted. The horsemen will not be a possible figment, a traveler who merely keeps pace and tosses pumpkins; to the contrary, he shall kill any number of people."

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