Compare And Contrast Flatland Book And The Movie

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Abdul Razziq MemonMS. HarishminnPeriod: 4th03/26/13Compare and contrastBetween Daedalus Flight and MIT FlightThe "Fight of Daedalus" and the "Flight of MIT" are one of the articles in which you can find many things to compare and contrast. They both have many similarities and also many differences, which also made both stories more interesting. But remember one thing both had the same goal and that was to get success in flying.Now first of all, I would like to tell you the analogous things that are in both articles. As I mention earlier that both had the same planning for taking off their flight and that called as "Human Powered Flight", and unfortunately both flights were failed. The second things that were alike in both of the articles were they started from the same destination, and the area that they started from is near to Italy, called as Crete. Before started their destination, they already made preparation for themselves to takeoff, which would not let them cause any hardships (that's what they both thought). Finally the last thing that is corresponds to these both articles is that they both went to the Mediterranean Sea, and another that called their final destination in which they both got failed from their flight, but the way of failing in both of them was different from each other, which gave both articles an amazing story.As in the upper paragraph we talked about comparison in upper paragraph, which weren't enough in both articles. But now there are much more differences between in these two articles than the similarities of these two articles. One of the biggest differences between them was their purpose. Daedalus' purpose was to escape from King Minos because he disobeyed him, and on the other hand purpose of MIT was to invent profit from their...

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