The lead character of the narrative. Ichabod Crane is faced with the terrorizing fable of The Headless Horseman upon run intoing with Brom Bones. his challenger with Katrina Van Tassel. The audience is besides presented with a rational school teacher confronting a legendary imaginativeness. This paradox could be identified as one of the major subjects of the movie.
The scene of the narrative. the creepy town of Sleepy Hollow. has added to the panic of Ichabod. doing it hard for him to wipe out the possibility that the narrative of the Headless Horseman is true. The narrative of the Horseman is non made up by Brom but is a town fable. and he has successfully turned the narrative to his advantage. The really superstitious Ichabod is terrified as his manner place from Katrina’s house is the same way that the Headless Horseman takes.
He finds himself being hunted by the Horseman. As a school teacher. it is expected that his coherent believing would non allow him give to such narratives and be frightened by it. His imaginativeness is unbounded and this leads him to believe the narrative of the Headless Horseman. Finally. he becomes prey to the terrorizing come-on prepared by Brom. However. the movie is tailored to be parallel to William Irving’s original narrative which embodies the witty and humourous manner of the author.
This manner makes it gratifying to watch the movie and be taken by the thrilling pursuit of Ichabod by the Headless Horseman which diverted the attending from unfavorable judgment of the confusion and insensibility of the lead character. It is besides expected that the audience are taken into the same topographic point that Ichabod crossbeams and is chased by the Horseman. The topographic point is depicted in a manner that would pull people. most particularly Ichabod Crane. into a sleepy and fanciful province. Work Cited The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. 1949. Disney.