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The essay Right To Die was written by Sanjay A Pai. Dr. Sanjay Pai is an orthopedic surgeon vastly experienced in joint replacements, tumor, and pelvic surgery. He has been doing joint replacement surgery for Hip, Shoulder and Knees for the last 16 years. The other firsthand essay was written by Barbara Huttman. Barbara Huttman was born on 1935 and she holds two degrees in nursing and has worked in that profession for more than thirty years. She has written a number of articles on the ethical dilemmas faced by medical professional. In 1982, she published Code Blue: A Nurse's True Life Story. "A Crime of Compassion" was first published in Newsweek in 1983. When she told the story that year on the "Phil Donahue Show," she was called a murderer by some members of the audience. They both wrote about the same issue it is about euthanasia. Euthanasia is a very sensitive issue where we need to know about. Both of the authors tried to explain the issue about euthanasia to other through their article. They want to bring the attention of the public towards euthanasia. They both agree on euthanasia and submit more positive points about it.

Both author’s have their own different style of writing an article. Both of them wrote those articles in their very own view which is different from each other. They have different perspective, arguments, and approach to explain and justify their position. Dr. Sanjay article is based on various independent researches done on public and professionals respond about euthanasia. He also has written in a formal academic writing style. Huttman has written a more personal perspective and her own firsthand experience. It make the readers to understand those situation she mentioned by putting ourselves into it or by relating it to a real life incident gone through by us or our relatives and close friends. Dr. Sanjay use researches and statics to support his points. But most of his researches just concentrated at one country...
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