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Short StoryShort FilmThe two short stories are similar because they both involve love The stories are and different because they deal with two unique aspects of life One of the stories was about a young gentleman by the name of Giovanni and his love with the beautiful Beatrice The other story was about a young boy by the name of Paul and his love with the theater The existence of love was present in both stories and both times the love lead the characters astray The existence of love lead both characters in to trouble Both characters were warned about the trouble that they were headed for by the people that were looking out for their best interests In Rappaccinis Daughter Giovannis professor warned him about a myth of a woman who was fed poison little by little until she was immune to this poison and could kill with her lips or touch This was a parallel of the situation surrounding Beatrice Rappaccinis daughters apparent poisonous body Giovanni disregards his professor hence ignoring the warnings In the story Pauls Case Pauls father forbids him to go to work as a usher in the theater because of Pauls trouble in school His father calls the hall and tells Pauls boss not to employ him anymore His father even tells all of his friends in theater not to see Paul Paul like Giovanni does not listen to his peers Paul steals money from the print-shop and goes to New York to live the good life like the people that he used to seat at Carnegie Hall The stories deal with three different types of love Rappaccinis Daughter deals with the love of science and the love of a woman Today there are scientists who are doing experiments on people for the better of human kind These scientists are too busy thinking if they could without thinking if they should This is just like Rappaccini had
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