Compare/Contrast Thesis Statements. Example 1: Combined.
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Compare/Contrast Thesis Statements
While both passages discuss the same subject, Passage 1 objectively portrays the Okefenokee Swamp simply as a “primitive” swamp and “wildlife refuge”; and Passage 2 subjectively portrays the swamp as a “primeval,” “hellish zoo” through diction, tone, and syntax.
While Passage 1 employs concise diction, a neutral tone, and loose sentence structures to objectively portray the Okefenokee Swamp simply as a “primitive” swamp and “wildlife refuge,” Passage 2 employs cacophonous diction, a negative tone, and loose sentence structures to subjectively portray the swamp as a “primeval,” “hellish zoo.”
Passage 1 uses concise diction, which produces a rather technical view of the Okefenokee Swamp; however, Passage 2 employs cacophonous diction, which produces a repulsive view of the swamp.
Through a neutral tone, Passage 1 offers an objective view of the Okefenokee, while the negative tone of Passage 2 evokes the undesirable, subjective view of the swamp.
Both passages employ loose sentence structures to emphasize and present their distinct views of the Okefenokee Swamp: Passage 1 to form an objective view, Passage 2 to form a subjective view.