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Shivam Desai English 1101 Compare and Contrast Essay When you read the two stories with two different formats, do you ever notice the similarities and differences between them? In these two stories “The story of Three Bears” and “Silver- Hair and the Three Xairs”, both stories are intended to entertain and they both have unconventional ways to get the moral of the story across the audience. I believe that both stories targeted audience is young children form approximately five to twelve years’ age. There are lots of common things in these stories, yet they are drastically different in format, style, setting, and character to approach their intended audience. The format is the one of the most noticeable differences in these stories. The first story is a short version of the original story that has been told for many generations and it is in essay format. Which is intended for a younger audience that can read or for their parents, which can read them as a bedtime story. “ONCE upon a time there were three Bears,” this is what you usually hear when a mother is telling their children a bedtime story or fairy tales . Throughout the story there are many references that tell us about the authors' choice of format to the younger audience, for example, to capitalize letters and words to get audience attention, and the word choice. The second story on the other hand is illustrated in a comic version. Which is intended for a much younger audience that can understand pictures and makes it more fun to read. The comic format of the stories majorly affects the writing style, and the moral of the story. It is important
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to have differences in these stories because they both are based on the original. The author of the
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