"Compare and Contrast "Once Upon a Time" and "The Rocking Horse Winner"
There are similarities and differences between Nadine Gordimer's "Once Upon a Time" and D. H. Lawrence's "The Rocking Horse Winner." Both works take the reader on an emotional journey that deliver a social message with an impact. The authors' investigate fear, a mother/child relationship as well as the death of a child. The plot, character development, foreshadowing, and repetition are also worthy
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While there are similarities and differences in Nadine Gordimer's and D. H. Lawrence's styles, both writers effectively communicate a moral message and expertly use foreshadowing and repetition in their works. Both artists develop the plot is similar manners, but chose different avenues when it comes to which characters to develop in a story. The authors' use fear, a mother/child relationship as well as death, to drive home their opinions with bone chilling efficiency.