The Crane Maiden Compare And Contrast

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There are many ways that both "Aunty Misery" and "The Crane Maiden" are alike and different. This essay will be comparing and contrasting the stories. They have common and different things about both these two stories. This essay will be showing how these stories are alike and different.

Both the stories have something that are in common. The first thing is that they are both supernatural, because they both contain something that can be in folklore. Each story shows that they have to let go of something. Both characters had to let go of something were also very old. The elderly also lived alone in their house, but were so kind to let strangers into their home. These examples that show that these two stories "Aunty Misery" and the Crane

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