Comparison and Contrast
- Two Ways of Seeing a River
- The War of Words and Response pages one and two
- On Seeing England for the First Time
- Two Ways to Belong in America
Both Twain and Mukherjee set up their essays around a single pivotal argument, and then approach their argument using two separate view points. Identify the central argument for each writer and the viewpoints, Aristotelian arguments, and literary devices they utilize. Finally, discuss with author presents a more convincing thesis, and why you believe this is the case.