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    Authors' Attitudes in Convergence and Titanic

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    Compare the authors' attitudes in "Convergence" and "Titanic". Why is there such a difference in regards to such a tragic event?

    How does the sinking of the Titanic compare to September 11, 2001?

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    Please allow some my ideas to help:

    In order to compare the authors' attitudes in "Convergence of the Twain" and "Titanic," you might add that Hardy's
    poem blames "human vanity" and the "Pride of Life" for the catastrophe. In other words, you might add how Hardy seems to expose the obsession with materialism with "Jewels in joy designed ...

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    Authors' attitudes in convergence and titanic's is analyzed.