The play and short story are alike by both developing the fact that the narrator is insane despite the P.O.V. being a little different. They both foreshadow to the fact that the old man will die and that the narrator will be caught
However the mood of the play seems to not be as intense because of the ravens or narrators that make things less intense by making the story slower. The play is also less suspenseful by having a different P.O.V. that adds in more reliable narrators.
The play affects the mood and P.O.V. by making things less intense and scary while the story makes the P.O.V. and mood more intense and scary. While the foreshadowing isn't much different.
The story and short film have the same narrator but you don’t see it through the same lens due to the P.O.V. and how its 1st person in the movie but you can see what is going on it's not through the narrator's eyes like it is in the movie, the mood is comparable as it’s both scary
The foreshadowing is the biggest difference as the book does it more effectively than the film, the film doesn’t use the narrator and more shows what will happen than says it which leaves you hanging. The P.O.V. gives you a different look as in the film you can see what is happening while in the book you can only imagine because of the P.O.V.
The changes to the P.O.V. and foreshadowing make you doubt what was said in the book and the mood in the book works to darken the overall feeling when in the film it is less creepy and more reliant on gore.