There is a level of fear and underlying evil in Puritan settings in both stories.
There are two places that have had profound impact in my life.
One of them is New York City, and the other is Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.
When you compare them, they seem like dramatically different places, but they have some things in common, and I love them both. everyone knows New York is "the Big Apple." Quetzaltenango is known as "Xela" (pronounced shey-la), which is a lot easier to say!
Compare and Contrast “Young Goodman Brown” and “The Lottery” By: Melissa A.
Reeves Professor Andrew Smith ENGL 102-B46 LUO Thesis Statement The stories “The Lottery” and “Young Goodman Brown” both appear to show that human behavior and judgment can be flawed, even if the person’s intentions appear good to them.
Notably, a compare and contrast outline differs from outlines for other essay types due to special organization of body paragraphs, many guidelines on writing aim at explaining this difference without attributing much attention to introduction, as well as conclusion.
Still, when composing an outline, it is wiser to start with an introduction, as there are several simple tricks that can ensure that your argument is logical and persuasive.
At lunch they order food from work and eat their desks.
In Xela people eat their breakfast at home and most come home from work a much more relaxed and longer lunch. For me, both are home, are unique, and are filled with interesting people. New York is more hurried and rushed when I need energy, and Xela gives me a shower pace when I need to relax.