Historical Fiction Story 'And Of Clay Are We Created'

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Kayla Parker Mrs. Schenk HonorsII/Compare and Contrast 28 February 2012 Columbia after Horror Like day and night, the historical fiction story “And of Clay Are We Created” by Isabele Allende and the newspaper article “I11-Equipped Rescuers Dig Out Volcano Victims; Aid Slow to Reach Columbia Town” from the Washington Post by Bradley Graham, the conspicuous similarities and differences that can be acquired after scrutinizing both genres are copious. The events in both articles took place in the year of 1985, after an earth-shattering volcano erupted and sent a massive mudslide to destroy the town of Armero. With the obliterated buildings encasing the mounds of thousands of human bodies and hindering what little help the

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