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In seven to ten complete sentences, explain the reason for selecting two literary pieces from the same time period to examine a common theme in your comparison/contrast writing

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    Hi I think I can help you

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    For an Example let's say you chose one of Edgar Allen Poe's poems and Conan Doyle Sherlock .You would say the reason I would pick these two pieces from the same time period is because not only do both pieces take place in the same era and are from the same era but if I were to compare and contrast is , Edgar Allen has a horror type element yet Sherlock has mystery element although in comparison they both have eery element for suspense

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    @Aliypop Thanks so much. Thats makes a lot of sense.

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    your welcome

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