comparison essay

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Select two of the texts/films we have covered this term for a comparison. What is the significance of a particular food or food related imagery, theme, or any other literary device the two texts share? For example, if you are interested in exploring texts that examine a particular philosophy about which foods we should eat, the excerpts from Pythagoras and Thoreau's Walden in which reasons for adhering to a vegetarian diet are discussed will make an interesting pairing of texts.

Successful comparisons have a well-developed focus that explores one central idea. Most importantly, the comparison will allow readers to understand the significance of the similarities and differences.

Technical Details:

  • Well-developed comparison that is presented in an organized essay
  • Each part of the essay is fully developed (introduction, supporting paragraphs, conclusion)
  • Direct quotations and paraphrases support the writer's analysis. The writer uses signal phrases and in-text citations to integrate the evidence and to cross-reference to the works cited citation for each work.
  • If the writer is working with additional sources, all direct quotations, paraphrases, and summaries are fully integrated and cross-referenced
  • The final paper is edited and proofread with the greatest care
  • 5 to 7 pages in length
  • Double spaced, size 12 easy to read font

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Running Head: COMPARISON ESSAY

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Comparison on the theme of feminism
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COMPARISON ESSAY

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Introduction
Feminism is defined as a range of many factors ranging from political and social
moments or ideologies that have a common goal of ensuring or fighting for women rights. It
aims at achieving political, economic as well as social equality for both sexes. This has been a
tough battle over the ages as women and other feminism advocates strive to establish equal
opportunities for women that can match with those for men. Educational opportunities for
women has been the most powerful weapons that these activists have at their disposal. Feminist
movements have fought for equal rights ranging from but not limited to; the right to vote, equal
employment and wages as those allocated for men, the right to equal education opportunities as
well as the right to own property and freedom of making decisions independently (Charvet,
1982).
Chocolat is a film that has heavily contributed to fighting against discrimination of
women in the 21st century. The film is about a lady called Vianne who is a single mother and
who fights for the rights of other women. Vianne acts as pillar and an example for other women
that women can still have a successful life without having a man in their lives. She empowers
women who divorce their husband like she did to Josephine and helped them to start and move
on without necessary being married. She also sets an example for other women that they can live
successfully against all odds and restrictions set by the society to enslave women.
‘Like water for chocolate’ is a novel that talks about a lady called Mama Elena who was a single
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