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    One way to compare two stories' is to compare their themes. A theme is the subject of a talk, a person’s thoughts, or a topic. In this paper, it will show the difference between two stories themes and how they both show kids doing unexplainable things. Two stories compared only on the differences of the themes. Charles and The Open Window show many differences, but also show similar ways among kids and the way their minds work. The short story Charles written by Shirley Jackson is about a young boy

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    Comparing Two Short Story Characters Almost everyone from different culture that lives in another country has some issues when trying to raise their family. For me, that im living this experience, it’s a little difficult to adapt in the society. But when I read the short story “Everyday Use” and the “A pair of tickets” I find myself. Because I feel inspired by these two stories, I choose to compare the character of Dee and June May Woo. First of all, when comparing these two characters I found some

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    I choose “The story of an hour”, and “The Martyr” because both the short story and poem remind me that around those times the Women’s rights movement began and progressed, and deaths had happened often. In the poem “The Martyr” the death of a father was written relating to the times they live in. “He lieth in his blood—The father in his face; They have killed him, the Forgiver— The Avenger takes his place, …For they killed him in his kindness, In their madness and their blindness. And his blood is

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    An Unlikely Pair; Made Likely by Betrayal At first glance; Adolph Myers of Sherwood Anderson’s, “Hands”, and Louise Mallard of Kate Chopin’s, “The Story of an Hour”, would not seem to have anything in common. Adolph Myers is an outcast school teacher in 1919; Louise Mallard is a housewife with a heart condition in 1894. After reading each story, the similarities become clearer; both have secrets they have not shared, both are truly alone, and both are betrayed by their own bodies. Adolph had not

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    In two of the stories I read, "The Interlopers" and "The Wife's Story", the main characters did not accept other characters who were different from themselves. The story "The Interlopers" was really just about two guys who didnt like each other and were trying to kill one another. They were trying to do this all over hunting land that one character did not want the other to hunt on. The second passage, "The Wifes Story" was abount a woman whos husband was haidng a secret from him and when she find

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    end. Similar to the lottery story.Mr Hutchinson and his family got beat with rocks I’m pretty sure they regret that. As well as the goldfish story. Sergei wanted to restart everything after he hit the boy.Changes can affect A lot of people in good or bad ways like the poem the boy wanted to bring back the way it was before. In addition the lottery story started off as a group of people showing up to a lottery really friendly then a couple of hours later a family got beat with rocks.The relationship

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    The Comparison of Two Stories The Story of an hour and the Lottery are two shorts stories of the 1800s and 1900s. The Story of the Hour was written by Kate Chopin, an American author who clearly describes the feministic literary study. However, the lottery was a short story written by Shirley Jackson about a fictional town which had each year a ritual named “lottery. Both of the stories the story of and the lottery, had their strong points. In this regard, it is vital to analyze and compare the ideas

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    The stories The Story of an Hour and The Interlopers are similar and yet different. They are similar in that something terrible to the main characters. The reason that they are different is how the main chatacters cope with thier situation. The other reason that they are similar is how after the both cope with thier problem they die. Even though these two stories have nothing to do with each other, they happend to have a few common links wether they be similar or different. In the story The Story

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    similarities and differences of both of these short stories. This concludes this area of session of the essay The setting was similar because in both text the characters in a hostile and dangerous environment. They were different because in sound of thunder it was in the future in – 2055 prehistoric time. And in being prey the setting was in Australia in the present day in a swamp. Another reason why they’re the same because in both short stories they both have predators. But they were also different

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    The Story of an Hour and The Storm have many differences but also many similarities about them. In this paper I will be discussing why these stories are so different. I will also be discussing why they are also similar to each other. Both stories have many different topics that I will discuss. In The Story of an Hour Mrs. Mallards husband is supposed to come home from a trip across country by train. Mrs. Mallard receives word that her husband’s train had crashed and that he was killed. Mrs. Mallard’s

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