There are many similarities between “The Hitchhiker” and The Twilight Zone. The first example is that Adams is driving to California. The second example is that the hitchhiker is invisible. In both versions, when Adams asks about the hitchhiker, others deny seeing him. The third example is that Adams calls home at the end to speak with a relative. When someone picked up the phone, it was Mrs. Whitney, not Adams’s mother. These three examples are just a few of the many similarities.
There are several similarities and several differences between Lucille Fletcher's 1941 radio play, The Hitchhiker, and the 1960 Twilight Zone episode of the same name. In this story, the driver travels from New York to California and sees the same Hitchhiker multiple times during the trip. In similarities, Nan and Ronald were both worried and scared after seeing the hitchhiker after a few times and called and talked to their mother. While talking to their mothers, they both find out that their mothers were in the hospital because they were to nervous. They met someone new and let them in the in the car, and never admitted to seeing the hitchhiker until the run off the road.
Another similarity is both Columbus and Lindbergh had to make critical decisions. Columbus had to deal with the lack of food and the disease that was spreading throughout the three boats. Lindbergh had to worry about fuel, which if he ran out of would cost him his life. So Lindbergh had to know of where the land was. Finally, the last similarity between them is they both crossed the Atlantic Ocean while overcoming adversity such as the storms on the water, and the severe turbulence in the air.
Tom Murphy and John Colter have some differences and similarity! Tom Murphy was an explorer in the nineteens but John Colter was an explorer from two hundred years ago. Murphy and Colter had some similarity. One similarity between Murphy and Colter is that They were the ones who explored the Yellow Stone National Park. Also they both survived from the wilderness.
One similarity is that Mrs. Hutchinson stands up for what she believes in, just like Harrison in the story, "Harrison Bergeron". Both the characters actually stand up for something they believe in front of everybody, which takes some major courage. Plus, all the people in the story, with the exception of Mrs. Hutchinson and Harrison Bergeron (maybe the ballerina in "Harrison Bergeron") participate in something. This includes them wearing the handicaps for "Harrison Bergeron" and actually stoning a person every year in the story "The Lottery". And lastly, somebody in the story does not believe in the rules.
In their respective novels, the monster from Frankenstein and Grendel from the novel share many similarities as well as differences that can be seen throughout their separate novels. While the number of differences between the two novels are abundant, we will mostly be looking at how each of these two complex novels are similar to each other. In focusing on their similarities we look at how they both feel alone and isolated, they both want companionship, and they both are at times enticed by humanity. One of the biggest similarities between Grendel from the novel and the Monster from Frankenstein is that they both feel alone and isolated.
Harrison Bergeron and Guy Montag are two similar characters. They both are against the world and go against the overpowering governments. Montag goes against all the firemen and Harrison goes against all the handicappers, this type of conflict is called man versus society. Some other characters that are similar are Mildred and Hazel. They are both boring wives to that do nothing and are lifeless.
An item that is different is that many characters are not heirs and some aren’t even in the movie like in the novel. For example, Flora Baumbach wasn’t in the movie to be a mother figure for Turtle because Grace Wexler was being a good mother to Turtle. Also, another person that was not in the movie was Theo Theodorakis, and he wasn’t in the movie because Chris was already the one playing chess. Doug Hoo was in the movie, but he was not in The Westing Game itself. Another big difference was that Sydelle Pulaski wasn’t the mistake like she was in the novel.
Some of the similarities have already been listed, but there are still many more. Such as how both of these families are poor, and both have little education. Now why they have little education involves different reasons. With the Ewells, they have little education because none of them have ever completed school.
The first similarity is between the two characters and characters' mood. " Do you Will Kane, take Amy to be your lawful wedded wife… I do" (Foreman 290). In the beginning of the screenplay version of the movie, the main character Will Kane is getting married to the Quaker Amy. Will is the marshal, and four of his enemies, that have returned for revenge. Kane has to fight alone without anyone there to help him.
For example, there are antagonists in both of the stories. But there are many more similarities than that. Similarities In the story “Three Billy Goats Gruff” there are two different countries telling the story. One is Norway, and the other country is Poland/Germany.
It differed in ways such as the treatment they received during the war. Also they coped with the war in different ways, one accepted the camp and the other went into hiding. Onc way they compared was both books they all struggled during the war. Even though they struggled in different ways both families were still affected during the war. This is how the Diary of Anne Frank and Farewell to Manzanar compared and
They both relate to each other in a couple of ways how the main characters in both stories hallucinate and have an ambition for something.