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Comparison between an Irish rose and two gentlemen of Verona of aj cronin?
"Two gentlemen of Verona" & "An Irish Rose" are the two heart touching stories written by A.J.Cronin . In an Irish Rose , Rose plays the central character of the story. She sacrifices her life by looking after her baby brother who lost mother when he was one month old. In case of "Two gentlemen of Verona " it is the touching story of Jacopo & Nicola ,two brothers aged 12 & 13 who do odd jobs and live a hard life themselves to sustain and treat their elder sister Lucia who is suffering from tuberculosis of spine.
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A person cannot be judged by the awkward appearance as a book cannot be judged by its cover both the boys wore untidy dress and looked shabby but the authors interest on them …increased on finding them indulging in all sorts of work given to them they were ready to handle any work given to them and completed it with full dedication their sincerity and devotion to the jobs impressed the author they did all kinds of jobs for their sisters treatment they earned much a lot of profit from the job they did but didn't use them for themselves but used it for their sisters treatment they showed maturity that was far behind their age these qualities shown by the boys made the narrator to give the title two gentlemen of Verona (MORE)
the boys worked as tourist guides to the author got them american cigarettes or seats for the opera or the name of a good restaurant.they satisfied his needs
The war had destroyed everything the boys had. They lost their home and their father was killed in the war as well. Until the war they led a cultured and comfortable life. The… war had led them to the streets, exposed them to bitter cold and driven them to extreme starvation. However, it did not fill them with despair. They set to build what was left after the war. They found their sister suffering from tuberculosis of the spine, got her admitted to a hospital and worked very hard to pay for her treatment. The boys' sacrifice, their devotion and the maturity they displayed at such a young age promises a new hope for the society. The destruction caused by the war had not broken their spirit. Rather it filled them with a new energy to rebuild from what was left after the war. In this world where values have eroded, these boys and their work make a promise. Their selfless action, devotion to duty, hard work without grumbling, keeping alive their spirit despite adverse circumstances etc. give us promise of a greater hope for society. (MORE)
After all the flack the police were getting in the news, this older gentleman trusted them enough to ask one of them for help to tie his necktie.… (MORE)
An Irish Coffee remains one of the most popular coffee cocktails around. It's a drink that requires no mixology skills and very little preparation. You can add as much or as l…ittle Irish whiskey to the recipe as you like and brew any variety of coffee bean with great results. Whether you're serving this drink at a weekend brunch or ending a long day with a decaf Irish Coffee, this cocktail is consistently good any time of day.Brew a fresh pot of coffee. While the coffee is brewing, fill your coffee mug with hot water to heat the mug up. Pour the water out before adding the cocktail ingredients.Add the teaspoon of sugar to your warmed coffee mug and pour in the coffee. Stir until the sugar dissolves.Pour in the Irish whiskey and the heavy whipping cream. Some Irish whiskey fans use whipped cream instead of the liquid cream, and some even use both.To heat your Irish whiskey before adding it to the coffee, pour it into a rocks glass and set that glass into a bowl of hot water. Once the whiskey has warmed up, add it to the coffee.An Irish Whiskey cocktail is one of those drinks that warms you to the core on the coldest of days. The coffee and whiskey aroma is a comforting smell to fill your home with, especially on a winter night. Try this drink with different types of Irish whiskey until you discover the perfect combination for this timeless and consistently satisfying drink. (MORE)
An Irish car bomb cocktail was one of the first beer cocktails ever invented. Beer cocktails are a trendy drink on the bar and club scene right now yet an Irish can bomb is co…nsidered a classic drink. Although it's typically made with a pint of Guinness, you can really pick any of your favorite Irish beers. The same goes for the Irish Whiskey. You may enjoy a label like Jameson, Bushmills, Concannon, or The Wild Geese whiskey. This is a cocktail that you will enjoy as a brunch drink, for lunch with a club sandwich at lunch, or with friends after work for happy hour.Pour the beer into the pint glass.Fill the shot glass with the Bailey's Irish cream and the Irish whiskey.Carefully set the shot glass into the beer.Drink the Irish car bomb all at once.To make this drink especially festive, add a small drop of natural green food coloring into the whiskey.The Irish car bomb cocktail is a lot easier to make than it looks. Follow these easy steps and make one for yourself at home. (MORE)
Whether you'd like a festive cocktail for Christmas, need to be seen with green on St. Patrick's Day, or want to assimilate in an Irish pub, this green cocktail fits the bill.… The taste may be an unusual blend of flavors but the festiveness of the green makes up for any disappointment in the drink. You may even discover that you like it enough to drink it on days when consuming a green cocktail isn't a requirement.An Everybody's Irish cocktail requires a teaspoon of Chartreuse, a French liqueur that dates back to the 1600s. It's made from 130 plants, flowers and herbs. Creme de menthe is a bright green liqueur with a sweet and minty taste. These two spirits, combined with your favorite Irish whisky, create one strong cocktail that only gets greener when you garnish it with green olives. Because the flavor of this drink is aromatic, it's a cocktail that can be served with any meal, and as an aperitif or as a dessert drink.Fill a bucket glass with ice.Add the Irish Whisky, green creme de menthe, and green Chartreuse to the ice. Stir well.Thread three olives onto a long toothpick and set in the glass as a garnish.No matter how top shelf your Irish whisky is, the quality of it will be overpowered by the green spirits. Save your premium whiskey for drinks where the Irish whisky will really be appreciated, and go for mid-priced spirit for this particular cocktail.The joke that everybody is Irish on St. Patrick's Day relates to the excitement people have for celebrating a religious holiday they may know nothing about. However, drinking an Everybody's Irish cocktail any day of the year definitely proves that you're willing to have a little fun with your drink selection, even if it won't make you any more Irish. (MORE)
An Irish Kilt Cocktail is as colorful and unusual as the actual Irish knee-length garment traditionally worn today. Not to be confused with a skirt, a kilt is a traditional wa…rdrobe piece first worn in Scotland in the 1600s. Although it is now usually worn for special events, there are those who have incorporated the kilt into every day wear. A well-made kilt, just like a well-made cocktail, is custom made for the individual. The way that the kilt sits on the wearer's body and the hang of the folded pleats all contribute to the authentic design and look of the kilt. An Irish Kilt cocktail embraces another element specific to Irish culture: scotch whiskey. This popular spirit, combined with Irish whiskey, creates a classic Gaelic drink enjoyed by many.Fill a bucket glass with ice.Add the Irish whisky, scotch, lemon juice, simple syrup, and orange bitters.Stir well to mix the ingredients and serve. You may also enjoy adding a lemon twist or wedge to this drink.The average kilt weighs over one pound.Although an Irish Kilt cocktail is usually served on the rocks, the ingredients make for a perfect hot drink too. Just combine the five elements of the recipe with 4 - 5 ounces of hot water or Irish tea, and serve with an extra squeeze of lemon. You'll enjoy this drink for brunch just as much as for desert. (MORE)
The story deals with the themes of duty and devotion, selfless love, sacrifice, motherly affection and familial responsibility. Duty and devotion is said to be the central the…me of the short story. The narrator visits Ireland out of his duty and devotion. In the same way, Rose also displays her sense of duty when she shoulders the burden of the family at such an young age. Her devotion to her family members, especially to Michael, is best revealed when she sacrifices her own life for the sake of Michael. The themes of selfless love and sacrifice are also seen all throughout the story. Rose loves all her family members whereas her motherly affection towards rose is deep rooted. She even pawns the birthday gift given by the author to buy milk for Michael. When Michael is down with pneumonia she nurses him day and night, heedless of the danger to herself. As the author himself points out Rose is a little perfect mother and it is her fathomless love towards Michael that prompts her to sacrifice her own life for him. by Anish Thomas firstname.lastname@example.org GVHSS Kurumathur 9961091162 (MORE)
Two gentlemen of Verona and An Irish Rose, written by A.J Cronin are comparatively same in its theme or situation The story Two gentlemen of Verona, tells us about two brother…s who devoted their life fore their elder sister, Lucia who was suffering from tuberculosis. the two little brothers named Nicola and jacopo are ready to do any kind of jobs, such as selling news papers, selling fruits , polishing shoes and working as tourist Guides, to earn money. they were not ready to accept any kind of sympathy from any others In the story An Irish rose, aj Cronin displays picture of a poor girl who where devoted her life for her little baby brother. sacrifising her self for him and at last she is dieing (MORE)
A.J. Cronin has very well carved the idea of 'selfless help' and explained the importance of dedication towards relationships in the story Two Gentlemen of Verona. The story r…evolves around the two boys named Nicola and Jacopo who do numerous things to earn money only to pay for their sister's treatment who suffers from tuberculosis of the spine. The story begins with the narrator driving down the foothills of the Alps. Here is when he first encounters the two brothers selling wild strawberries. Even after the driver forbade the narrator to buy the wild fruits, he bought the biggest basket and drove towards the town. This scene emphasises on the first step of growing intimacy between the narrator and the two boys. Next day, the boys were found shining shoes in the public square. This amazed the narrator. Here is when they revealed the fact that they did numerous kinds of things to earn money. Here, the narrator is shown to develop a soft corner for them in his heart. He finds them to be innocent, serious, pleasant and earnest. The boys are very useful for the narrator. They are very willing to satisfy all that the narrator required. They were also found selling newspapers by the narrator one stormy night. One day, when the narrator asked if he could help them in any way they said they would be very grateful if they got a lift to the nearby village Poleta. Although it didn't come in the narrator's way he took them there. The boys got down in a building and asked the author to wait in a nearby café while they would be back within an hour. Eagerness led the narrator to follow the boys up to a place which was actually a hospital. On peeping through a room led by a nurse, he realised that the boys were talking to a girl who resembled them. He did not feel like intruding and thus asked the nurse the details about the boys. This is when the nurse told him there heart rendering story about their father being killed in a war and home being destroyed in a war and their sister suffering from tuberculosis. The brothers lived in a shelter and literally starved only so that they could pay for their sister's treatment. Them keeping a secret and helping their sister showed that war had not shaken their spirit. They were noble and gentle and great human beings in their own special yet subtle way. This story distinctly talks about how true the amplification says: "All that glitters is not gold," in turn explaining the fact that appearances are deceptive. (MORE)