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Thompson talks about the racial discrimination in the soccer game in Italy Both articles give me a profound effect and make me think more about the normal things in life On that day I never thought how lobster in my plate was cooked And I did not consider the racial problem behind Balotellis being abused in Italy soccer Wallace uses a more academic and formal writing style with long sentences inserted with many clauses in order to show lobster can feel pain and push readers to think more about ethics of other animals we consume However Thompson reports in a simple language with many political and cultural history contexts connecting to the daily scenarios and his friends lives that he sees and hears on his traveling in Italy so that readers can easily see the serious problem of xenophobia in Italy Wallaces article contains broad and hard diction complex sentence The sentences in Consider the Lobster are usually long with many clauses For example when Wallace describes the scene of people waiting for eating lobster he inserts six clauses in a sentence To depict human beings behavior he writes standing by the bubbling tanks outside the Worlds Largest Lobster Cooker watching the fresh-caught lobsters pile over one another Comparing to people action Wallace describe lobsters with wave their hobbled claws impotently huddle in the rear corners scrabble frantically back from the glass252 He provides many details of humans and lobsters behavior in order to show readers that how people treat the live creatures and how lobsters are innocently caught and being cooked by people From his vivid words it is difficult not to sense that lobsters are unhappy or frightened In addition Wallace has broad diction He uses various words impotently thrashing suffocated to depict lobsters pain so that people can have a sense that it is immoral to cook a creature lively Sometimes he offers many academic terminologies such as
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