Critical Commentary on "Of Mice and Men" and "Equal Rites"
When comparing John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men" and Terry Prachett's "Equal Rites" quite a few similarities can be spotted.
To start with, both of them have the very distinctive characteristic of introducing the setting first as if it was a character itself. This makes the reader very familiar with the background and the atmosphere is set.
The first line of "Equal Rites": "A bass note sounds." Already gives a sense of suspense, which increases gradually, setting the pace. "Of Mice and Men" too, has the setting introduced on its own. The similarity of its introduction to that of a live…
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