Compare And Contrast Ichabod And The Sleepy Hollow

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There are lots of similarities in the book and cartoon of The Sleepy Hollow. They both include Brom and Ichabod being enemies and trying to get Katrina to love them. They also both contain Ichabod being ugly and reading ghost stories. That is some similarities in the book and cartoon of The Sleepy Hollow. Some differences of the book and cartoon of The Sleepy Hollow are quite different. In the cartoon Katrina loved Ichabod but in the book Katrina did not. Also, in the cartoon Ichabod doesn’t walk through the forest at night. Plus, in the book Ichabod was never the center of attention. I prefer the book more than the cartoon because you get to use your own imagination. I liked it better because the book was more detailed and it was more

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