Jebus

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Compare and contrast how Thomas Hardy in Tony Kytes the Arch
Deceiver' and D. H. Lawrence in Tickets, Please portray courtship in their short stories

Both Thomas Hardy in 'Tony Kytes the Arch Deceiver' and D. H. Lawrence in 'Tickets, Please' portray courtship differently. I will compare and contrast how they portray courtship in each story.

Tony Kytes the Arch Deceiver is set in the 1890's. The story takes place in a small town and is set before the war where but 'Tickets,
Please' is set in pre 20th century during world war one. During the
1980's men had all power, control and respect. Men controlled the world and women. In these times women relied on men for survival. In the 20th century men lost a great deal of power they once had. Now women have almost an equal amount of power. Now it is much harder to get and please a woman compared to the 19th century. This situation is similar in Tickets, Please as it is set in the 20th century. Women began to work during times of war. They started earning respect and women's rights came into play. They became independent so were able to survive, not needing men so expectations began to rise. Men had to be more serious aboutp:discover"

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bing a small coal mining town. There are no significant events at the time of Tony Kytes unlike in Tickets, Please as this was the time when suffragette groups were fighting for women's rights.

In Tony Kytes the story is told by a third person narrator but one which does not play a main character. For example 'I shall never forget Tony's face,' said the carrier. This shows that the story is not told by any main character and is told from a third Person view and is unlikely to be biased. Similarly In 'Tickets, Please the story is told by someone who is not a main character. In this case the
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