The passage from the “Count of monte cristo” by Alexandre Dumas and the scene from the play “Blessings” by Mary Hall Surface develop themes using literacy Elements. The theme in the “Count of monte cristo” is NEVER GIVE UP HOPE. The theme is developed by the plot of the passage. In “Blessings” the theme is OPEN YOURSELF TO OTHERS . The Author uses the settings to develop the theme. Both Dumas and Surface develop their themes using both Character motivation and Settings. Lay off the all
caps,but make sure you capitalize the first letter in all the words of the title. This is supposed to be an academic paper. Should settings be plural? Why is character capitalized? If you used setting as one of your differences, it doesn’t need to be a similarity too.
Dumas developed the theme of the passage from the “Count of monte cristo” by using Character motivation. An example of how Dumas uses Character motivation is from paragraphs 7 and 8. These two paragraphs show that when Edmond hears the new noise he is given hope that it was some prisoner who was striving to obtain his freedom. This motivated Edmond to talk to the attendant about everything. Just in order to have an excuse for speaking louder and weary the patience of his jailer. Why do you only focus on
one text when analyzing the similarity? The third sentence needs to be reworded. It isn’t clear what you are trying to say.
The theme of being willing to open yourself to others is developed by the actions of both Jesse and Rene. Both of these characters express their abilities of being able to be open to others through their actions. They both begin to share their interests and talents to each ...
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