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Tan and Pollock compared in theme

Choose a theme (e.g., love, coming of age, good vs. evil). Pick at least one work from the Bedford text. The other work can be from literature, art, film, comic books, radio, or TV (or another choice with instructor approval). Discuss the works, analyzing and comparing how they develop the theme you have chosen.

Your analysis is likely to be drafted and presented to the senior editors, so it should include the following: Also provide an abstract

â?¢An introduction that presents the theme you have chosen
â?¢The works you are analyzing and comparing
â?¢A body including the analyses of the works
â?¢A conclusion
In your analysis, be sure to answer the following questions:

â?¢How do these works develop the theme?
â?¢How do they change the theme?
â?¢How does the genre impact the development of the theme?
I have chosen "Two kinds "by Amy Tan,". So you will have to choose another source to talk about the same theme. So please in this task use Two kinds as one of the works.
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Choose a theme (e.g., love, coming of age, good vs. evil). Pick at least one work from the Bedford text. The other work can be from literature, art, film, comic books, radio, or TV (or another choice with instructor approval). Discuss the works, analyzing and comparing how they develop the theme you have chosen.

Your analysis is likely to be drafted and presented to the senior editors, so it should include the following: Also provide an abstract

â?¢An introduction that presents the theme you have chosen
â?¢The works you are analyzing and comparing
â?¢A body including the analyses of the works
â?¢A conclusion
In your analysis, be sure to answer the following questions:

â?¢How do these works develop the theme?
â?¢How do they change the theme?
â?¢How does the genre impact the development of the theme?
There are several themes you could pull from this story to use for your paper. I like independence. You might choose coming of age, as in reaching a mature understanding of past issues. Or you might choose the generation gap as the elder generation seeks to impose its thwarted desires upon the younger generation in an attempt to finally achieve goals denied.

This introduction paragraph could serve as your abstract, and it also serves as an introduction paragraph to the essay:
This treatise will compare two works of divergent genre, with a similar theme of Independence. Each work will be compared and discussed in light of this common theme that they share. Amy Tan's short story "Two Kinds," and Jackson Pollock's abstract expressionism painting Convergence are the two works under consideration.

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Amy Tan's short storyv "Two Kinds" is compared in theme with Jackson Pollock's "Convergence" abstract expressionism painting. The similarities of the theme expressed in both works are explored, with a summary and analysis of Tan's short story, and a brief biography of Pollock.

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