Compare Between The Doll's House And The Devoted Friend

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There are a lot of famous stories around the world but there are two stories of the most interested stories that people want to compare with, they are "The doll's house" and "The devoted friend". "The doll' s house", it was written by written by a famous author, Katharine Mansfield. And "The Devoted Friend" is a famous story by Oscar Wilde. Why these stories are interested ? They are very interested cause both stories have some very similar ideas but they are different author.

The Devoted Friend story is about friendship between Hugh and Hans but each of them are having different situation. Hans is a very poor person but everyone love him. Hugh is a very rich man but he always uses the friendship to make Hans do anything he said. In the second story, The Doll's house, this story all about the relationship between The Kelvins and The Burnells. This relationship between very bad and unusal. Poor The Kelvins, no one like to talk or do anything with them, they always alone but then, one of The Burnells want to invite them to see the doll's house ( page 44 and 45 ). As the readers think, this is a friendship between Kezia ( The Burnells ) and The Kelvins.

These stories both have a very important ideas, that is friendship between rich people/family and poor people/family. So what is friendship? Friendship is a very special connection that all people around the world should have it. It's help them not to feel alone and always happy with their best friend. For example, if there is a boy that don't have any friends, he will feel very lonely and always sad, he will be autism.

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