While reading the two different passages on Florida’s Okefenokee Swamp, you can analyze the difference between both passages. Both passages have their similarities and also their own differences when it comes to what they are being used for. Passage one is suitable for a travel brochure, while passage two is suitable for a book or for a magazine article.
Passage one is very distinctive to passage two because the author uses specific and short details to inform the reader about the Florida Okefenokee Swamp. HE starts of the passage with geographic features to give the reader some background of the swamp. For example the author describes the location of the swamp. He uses this technique to inform you that the Swamp is located in southeastern Georgia and northern Florida. He also gives you basic information of how big the swamp is and where the swamp leads. In the same passage another major difference that is uses techniques to convince the reader to come and visit the swamp. He gives it a happy feeling by not showing negative things that would scare people away. He uses tourism techniques like describing the scenery of the area and giving in a friendly environment. At the end of the passage the he informs you about the different species that will help him give the reader the friendly environment feeling.
Passage two would be considered to be suitable for a book or magazine article because of the description and the way the author gives it a bark and scary feeling. He starts of by informing the reader about the scary creatures that would frighten most people. He goes even deeper in the description to inform the readers about everything located in the swamp. He is more up to date with the amount of creatures located in the swamp. His description is different than passage one because it’s scarier and not too friendly than the first. He states that the place had poisonous snakes and many different creatures that people would not like to see. The description of...
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