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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two gentil man of verona and an irish rose are the two heart touching stories written by A.J Cronin. in an irish rose ,rose play the central characters of the story .she sacri…fices her life by looking after her baby brother who Jacopo and Nicola two brother aged 12 and 13 who.
The stories narrate the selfless and unconditional love and sacrifice of small children. Both has a common theme which is sacrificing love.
"An Irish Rose" and Two Gentlemen of Verona" are stories that werewritten by A.J. Cronin. Both stories are about sacrifices made forlove.
Both the stories depict fathomless love and sacrifice of young hearts.The former towards her baby brother and the latter towards their sister.
Both stories of A J Cronin are heart touching. In "Irish Rose " he tells about a small girl sacrificed her life for her little brother who lost his mother when he was only one… month. The main character is a 14 year old girl. In "Two Gentleman of Verona" he tells the story of two brothers sacrificing their life for sister who suffering from TB of spine.
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 cafÃ© 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.
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The two boys of Verona as described by AJ Cronin were very much sincere in their willingness to work. Even though they had a shabby appearance they shown up as a brilliant rol…e model to their society.This implies that "Appearances are Deceptive"..
the story written by A.J.Cronin was totally different from that of the same story by sir William Shakespeare.
Never lose ur heart andnever lose ccourage. hard work will surely pay back. also fight the world and never surrender..
What are the similarities between the story Two Gentlemen of Verona written by William shakespeare and aj cronin?
A.J. CroninÃ¢??s story of two young brothers sacrificing to care fortheir stricken older sister contrasts with the gentlemen inShakespeareÃ¢??s Ã¢?? Two Gentlemen of Ver…onaÃ¢?? but helps definewhat a true gentleman is. ShakespeareÃ¢??s friends use lies anddeceit despite their status as gentlemen, whereas CroninÃ¢??s have anobility that belies their circumstances.
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 email@example.com GVHSS Kurumathur 9961091162
Cronin's work is a novel or novelette, and Shakespeare's is a play. They share nothing except the title.