Compare And Contrast The Old Grandfather And Abuelito Who

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“The Old Grandfather and His Little Grandson” and “Abuelito Who” compare and contrast Literary Analysis’

Almost every folk tale and poem express a universal theme or central idea, which are found in “The Old Grandfather and His Little Grandson” and “Abuelito Who.” The two literary works share the writing attributes of characters and the message that the readers receive from the passage, but , they are both categorized under two different genres. The reason why the characters in “The Old Grandfather and his Little Grandson” and “Abuelito Who” are extremely similar is because they both are described with identical characters. Also, their universal themes happen to disseminate the exact same moral, while the authors wrote them in two dissimilar writing styles. Although, “The Old Grandfather and his Little Grandson” and “Abuelito Who” the genres that the two readings are classified under are unalike, their characters and universal theme expressed are exceptionally homogeneous.
Furthermore, “The Old Grandfather and his Little Grandson” by Leo Tolstoy informs the reader of a Grandfather who lives in a tiny hut with his peasant son, daughter in-law, and their juvenile son. “When he ate, bits of food sometimes dropped
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In “Abuelito Who” (Cisneros, line 5, 11, and 14) “is too sad to come downstairs today”, “sleeps in his little room all day and night”, and “is a doorknob tied to a sour stick” all are examples of how the he neglects himself, rather than a family portraying the dastardly deed. However, the two pieces of writing are similar by, spreading the same lesson to the readers of all ages, which is to treat others the way you want to be treated. Also, referred to as the “Golden Rule” allows us to realize that we need to show compassion to one another and admire other people 's unique

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