Compare And Contrast Lorraine Jenson And John Conlan

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How much in common do you think Lorraine Jenson and John Conlan have? How many differences do you think Lorraine Jenson and John Conlan have? Well you are about to find that out. In the book The Pigman, written by Paul Zindel, there are two characters, Lorraine and John in which i am comparing and contrasting. Even though Lorraine doesn't seem like as though she has alot in common with John they can be alike and different in the littlest things possible, such as in physical appearance, in thier behavior and personality, and in their strengths and weaknesses.Just see for your self.
Although Lorraine and John share the same race they are still different and alike in many other ways. Loraine has bushy blonde hair with green eyes, while on the other hand John has long brown hair with big blue eyes. They also differ in shapes, John is tall and thin but Lorraine isnt thick but she isnt thin either, you can call her average. John is handsome but Lorraine just isn tthe prettiest girl in the world. Here is some descriptions of the characters tooken from the book. " Like Lorraine told you, I really am very handsome and dohave fabulous eyes." and "The way her old lady talks you'd think Lorraine need internal plastic surgery and seventeen body braces." These two may not seem like they have anything in common but, they have alot in common in their personalities and behaviors.
Now, each characters in the book The Pigman compare and
contrast in personality and behavior in many ways. Lorraine and John both lie to their parents, skip school, swears, make prank calls, and
they both come from dysfunctional families. They differin many ways because Lorraine wants to become a writer while John wants to become an actor. Although John doesnt listen to his parents and is jealous of his perfect older brother, he isn't really that bad of a person. On the other hand Lorraine is tought to hate men because of her mother mistakes, not only does she act like her...

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