Almost all the great literary fictions of the world literature are adapted into films for dozens and dozens of time. When the story gets closer to the picture, the seventh art embraces the literary work fondly. In interdisciplinary studies of cinema and literature, the critique of an adapted film in regards to the source
text is considered as a comparative critique. Since literary research is allied with the adoption of an approach and the related hypothesis, literary works and adaptive frames, derived from literary works, should be studied precisely.
Sampling Adaptation: Transforming Fiction into Film categorized various types of film-adaptation in the light of literary theories and discourse analysis through the comparative analogy of the source texts contrived to the silver screen.