Underscore and Compare Contrast Thesis

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When writing a compare and contrast thesis statement, read the assignment sheet, and make sure to follow the professor's instructions. Each professor usually has his or her own idiosyncrasies, so underline everything the professor expects you to include in the thesis. While writing the thesis, refer back to the underlined notes.  2

To write a compare and contrast thesis, make a list of similarities and differences between the texts, ideas, or events.  Sponsored Links
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Narrow down similarities and differences to specific ideas to avoid writing a compare and contrast thesis that is too broad. For example the compare contrast thesis, The media depict people in different roles compared to the realities of the general population, is too general.  4

One way to start a compare and contrast thesis is by using words like whereas, while, even though, and although to suggest a contrasting element will follow. For example: Although the media depict most women as housewives and stay-at-home mothers, in reality many women work full time and put their children in daycare.  5

Make sure the thesis for a compare and contrast essay compares and contrasts two or more ideas. One of the most common basic ways to write a thesis statement for a compare contrast essay is as follows: While "first author's name" story "first author's story title," underscores themes of "A," "B," and "C" and "second author's name" story, "second author's title" reveals themes of "D," "E," and "F," it is apparent by juxtaposing these two texts that (make statement about what readers learn by comparing and contrasting the two texts in the context of their themes). For example, write a compare and contrast thesis as follows; While Jane Austin's novel "Pride and Prejudice" underscores themes of pride, prejudice and women and marriage, and Mary Shelly's story "Frankenstein"...
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