In Arthur Gordon's short story "The Sea Devil" and in Jack London's short story "To Build a Fire," it is clear that in spite of the many differences the two stories have many more similarities.
First, although there are more similarities between the two stories, there are still many qualities that portray the antithetic nature between the two short stories. For example, when the fisherman (in Jack London's story) used his intelligence to defeat his
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show that the stories are very similar in many ways.
In conclusion, in "The Sea Devil," and in "To Build a Fire," the stories had many differences, but many more distinctive similarities. Both stories were man vs. nature, the character was nameless, the main character was solitary, and many more supports. These all advance my thesis and so, it is clear that in spite of the many differences the two stories have many more similarities.