Expository essay

| September 28, 2018

Expository
essay of at least 900 words in MLA format. Works cited page needed. Compare and
contrast the structure and form of poetry and a short story. Sample Poetry
below and the Short Story by Amy Tan called “A Pair of Tickets” can
be used in comparing and contrasting the two short texts. The Ruined Maid By:
Thomas Hardy “O ’Melia, my dear, this does everything crown! Who could have
supposed I should meet you in Town? And whence such fair garments, such
prosperi-ty?”— “O didn’t you know I’d been ruined?” said she. 5 —“You left us
in tatters, without shoes or socks, Tired of digging potatoes, and spudding up
docks; And now you’ve gay bracelets and bright feathers three!”— “Yes: that’s
how we dress when we’re ruined,” said she. —“At home in the barton you said
‘thee’ and ‘thou,’ 10 And ‘thik oon,’ and ‘theäs oon,’ and ‘t’other’; but now
Your talking quite fits ’ee for high compa-ny!”— “Some polish is gained with
one’s ruin,” said she. —“Your hands were like paws then, your face blue and
bleak But now I’m bewitched by your delicate cheek, 15 And your little gloves
fit as on any la-dy!”— “We never do work when we’re ruined,” said she. —“You
used to call home-life a hag-ridden dream, And you’d sigh, and you’d sock; but
at present you seem To know not of megrims or melancho-ly!”— 20 “True. One’s
pretty lively when ruined,” said she. —“I wish I had feathers, a fine sweeping
gown, And a delicate face, and could strut about Town!”— “My dear—a raw country
girl, such as you be, Cannot quite expect that. You ain’t ruined,” said she.

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