Comparing stories

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  • Comparing Short Stories

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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

  • Comparing Two Short Stories

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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

  • Comparing Jackson And The Lottery Story

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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

  • Comparing 'The Story Of An Hour And Interlopers'

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    The story of an hour and the interlopers are two completely different stories, most people would not think that they had much, if anything in common. When I looked harder at these stories I noticed that they have quite similar conclusions. In the story of an hour Louise Mallard is informed that her husband has just died, she asks to be alone for a while and goes to her room. When she is in her room she begins to have a strange sense of freedom. At first she does not want to accept this. Almost

  • Comparing Stories 'Necklace And The Bet'

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    What do both of the stories “the Necklace” and “The Bet” have in common? Well they are both trying to say that both the characters, the lawyer and Mathilde have to deal with a money problem and have a challenge to deal with the money situation. First of all Mathilde wants to feel pretty and things only white girls will understand. So she gets some stuff that make her feel pretty and that's when the problem starts. Mathilde loses her necklace where she gets a panic attack and starts to

  • Comparing Story Of Tikki-Tavi

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    killing snake and other snake-like creatures. The story takes place in India, which is a southern country in Asia. Rikki is then taken in a bungalow for various reasons. In the essay, I will talk about the differences between the story and the movie. The story of Rikki-Tikki-Tavi takes place in India. In the beginning of the backstory of Rikki-Tikki is shared. The backstory states Rikki is in India. It also states how Rikki was washed up by a flood. The story states that the two snakes were in the house

  • Essay on Comparing “the Story of an Hour” and “the Necklace”

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    Comparing “The Story of an Hour” and “The Necklace” Short stories are always very enjoyable to read. They are very concise but mostly have such a deep message resonating throughout the text that the reader is left pondering over an extension of the story to imagine the possible ending if they were novels instead. The works under consideration are meant to be compared because of their unique theme which reflects how two authors can write similar yet distinctive stories in different times. Kate Chopin’s

  • Comparing The Story Fox Enchantment And The Old Nurse's Story

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    and forms, which now includes foxes. In some Chinese ghost stories, there are ghosts called fox spirits. These are ghosts that leave behind the carcass of a fox when they die. One Chinese fox spirit story “Fox Enchantment” is written by Pu Songling. A western ghost story “The Old Nurse’s Story” by English writer Gaskell, produces no fox spirit. However, both stories have similarities, one being the violent nature of the ghosts. These stories do have differences though, such as the form that these ghosts

  • Comparing Crimson Tide And A Soldier's Story

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    The movies I am reviewing are Crimson Tide and A Soldier's Story. The main characters in Crimson Tide are Captain Ramsay, played by Gene Hackman; and Lieutenant Commander Hunter, played by Denzel Washington, Ramsay's executive officer. The main characters in A Soldier's Story are Captain Davenport, played by Howard Rollins; and Sergeant Waters, played by Adolph Caesar. Ironically, in this movie a young Denzel Washington played a prominent role as Private First Class Peterson. This was before he became

  • Comparing Short Stories 'Scars And Ashes'

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    The short stories “Scars” by Don Aker and “Ashes” by Susan Beth Pfeffer are both talking about the relationships between fathers and their child. The relationships between fathers and their child change almost opposite at the end of the story because the main characters learn from their experiences. Daniel, the protagonist of “Scars”, was having a weak relationship with his father, however, an accident made Daniel realizes something about his father which made their relationship stronger. Ashleigh