Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy Comparison

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The odds of you writing an essay three hours before the deadline while also having a good mark on it is really low. The odds of surviving an alien invasion is not likely either or even the odds of creating a big lie to make your life more exciting. And, ends up working out. The odds of everything turning out as you wanted it or be close to it, is very unlikely in itself. That's the similarity that The Importance of Being Ernest and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy has in common, their probabilities of everything ending up as they wanted it to be or at least what seems close to being. Although they are set in different periods of time, The Importance of Being Ernest (Being Ernest) was seen and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (Hitchhiker's) was red, they were similar in the odds of something starting off badly, but ending up good. The purposed of this essay is to…show more content…
In both of these stories that, happen in different time periods have an unusual outcome. One has changed his name because he wanted a little excitement in his life, and falls in love with a girl. That does not know that he is not really Ernest, but Jack. And, his friend who also decides to take the name while he is visiting Jack's place, falls in love with his niece. Who was, already married to the made up Ernest. The witty part of this story and how everything seems to fit, is that Jack or Ernest is an orphan because his maid when he was a baby took him for a stroll, but ended up losing him. In the end Jack is really Algy (Jack's friend) brother. While in the other story Arthur, the main character in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, was a normal human trying to save his house from being demolished, ends up in this also unusual adventure with his friend, who is, an alien. On a Thursday his life was about to change when

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