Curiosity Brook Bowen

Curiosity Brook Bowen
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  • Similarties
  • Similarites
  • Similarites
  • In both "Pandora's Box" and "The Monkey's Paw" use curiosity to construct the theme. In both stories a character lets curiosity take over. They don't realize they have done so until they are punished with a consequence. 
  • Differences
  • In both "Pandora's Box and "The Monkey's Paw"  both characters were warned before their consequences took in action. The characters were well aware that the effect wouldn't be positive but still let curiosity take over. The both have to live with the guilt that their curiosity couldn't be restrained and they were punished.
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  • Differences
  • In both "Pandora's Box" and "The Monkey's Paw" curiosity ruled. But in "Pandora's Box" Pandora hid the box under her bed to try to stop her curiosity. On the other hand, in "The Monkey's Paw", the characters just left the paw out in the open
  • Although in both "Pandora's Box" and "The Monkey's Paw" the authors use curiosity as their theme. "Pandora's Box" ends with hope as their motif. Hope lets the reader reflect on what may have happened, but "The Monkey's Box" ends in a clear conclusion, leaving the character's with a strong understanding.
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