A comparison of Hardy's The Withered Equip, Lawrence's Monkey Nuts, and Lawrence's Seats Please
Subject material: The story is placed in eighteenth century England. The story is
about a man who owns a dairy, results to his farm with a brand new wife and
his past wife and son are curious about her. The previous wife
Rhoda Brook, has a eyesight the night the new wife, Gertrude arrives
exactly where she affects her successor. When the lady meets Gertrude however , Rhoda
discovers which the arm that she believed she acquired damaged in the vision
was really damaged in real life! Gertrude told her that this had
came out one night mysteriously. Although some attempts to cure it are
attempted, they under no circumstances work. Gertrude finds out that Rhoda do this with her
tries even more remedies through the years and then dies at the end.
Hardy- The Despair Hussar From the German Enjambre:
The story is about a girl whom falls in like with a hussar, after staying
betrothed to a new man. The couple decide to elope, yet she betrays
him and stays.
Lawrence- Monkey Nuts:
The story is around two guys called Albert and Joe and a female called
Miss Stokes. Miss Stokes is a nice girl whom likes Later on, but this individual does
not return her love, instead seems to truly feel secretly firmly about
her, but will not act on the feelings. Albert loves Miss Stokes, but
the girl does not return these emotions and this becomes a love triangle
gone incorrect. In the end, nobody gets as well as anyone and the story
ends as it began.
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The story is about girls who work on the night time trams. Annie is the
main character who will be pursued by Steve Thomas, 'her boy'. Additional
characters are the other girls, Polly, Muriel, Nora etc . The girls
are up against John Thomas, an obvious womaniser and force him to choose
which from the girls he wants to get married to. They harm him and tell him to
choose. This individual chooses Annie and the young ladies let him proceed.
The situations and topics of the stories are the same, with love and