|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||May 9, 2017|
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It seemed to me that Bloch just did too good of a job in creating the character of Norman Bates, and I'm not sure a director could do him justice.
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What first caught my attention about the book was the quality of the writing--I was truly very impressed with the way Block put his words together in order to portray his ideas. He was also very descriptive; words were chosen carefully according to their connotations and meanings. All of these things tossed together made Psycho a very hard book to put down...
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