Comparative Literature Paper

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Comparative Literature 1 Comparative Literature Paper Jason A. Van Sickle February 7, 2010 LIT 210 Teresa Williams Axia College
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Comparative Literature 2 Comparative Literature Paper There are several ways an author can create a plot, and use style and tone to bring their story to life. During this essay, I will compare the similarities between two authors from the textbook used for this class. As the essay progresses I will show how both authors use plot, tone, and style to bring their stories to life. There are several ways an author can use a plot bring their story to life. The two authors I have chosen to write about are Ernest Hemingway and Nathaniel Hawthorne; both authors are excellent writers and used plot very well to bring their stories to life. I will start with Ernest Hemingway’s, “A Clean Well Lighted Place.” During this story, the plot changes several different times and makes quite interesting to read. I feel that this story shows how two friends can have different out takes on the same subject. When the story first starts there are two friends that are having an argument over the last customer to leave the bar they own. When this story first starts there are two friends arguing over kicking out their last customer. One barman is in a hurry to get home to his family and the other is all for letting him stay and drink all night if he wants to. As the story progresses the first barman also brings into the argument that there are several things wrong with the customer. First, the customer is slightly deaf; next, if he happens to drink too many he tries to leave and forgets to pay; and lastly, the first barman feels that he drinks too much to begin with. A few paragraphs later, it tells that the first barman finally decided to kick him out so he could go home early. After the drunken man leaves, the two barmen lock up and leave, this is where the first plot ends and the second begins. The next plot is while the second
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