Comparative analysis

Project description
Write a thesis-driven argument of at least 1000 words in which you frame your comparison within a larger argument, which demonstrates what the significance of this comparison might be? (So what? Who cares about what you are talking about?) Provide solid evidence to support your points, use quotes. Have a title. The essay must have an introduction paragraph that clearly refers to both texts – with titles and authors and a brief summary of the relevant information. In the introduction state the similarities or interesting differences, and your claim, and thesis statement that mentions 3 points of comparison and their significance. These points will be the supporting points to your thesis and must appear in the introduction’s last sentence. Write 3 body paragraphs with topic sentences which are the supporting points you mentioned in your thesis. Use in-text equations, paraphrase and summary.
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