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Essay | Compare and Contrast of Shukov and Tyurin

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Compare and Contrast of Shukov and Tyurin

Summary: Comparing and contrasting Ivan Denisovichs "Shukov" and Andrei Prokofievich, also known as Tyurin.
Ivan Denisovichs Shukov is the protagonist of the story. In the story Shukov has served seven out of ten years of his prison sentence and he is now in his eighth year. Andrei Prokofievich, also known as Tyurin, is the squad leader in Shukov's 104th division. He has served nineteen years in the prison and because of his hard work he is promoted as the boss. Reading the book, I learned that Tyurin and Ivan are alike in many ways, but they are also quite different.

First, I would like to give a better introduction on these two men. Shukov is a Russian peasant who is serving a sentence in the Soviet prison camp for committing treason. He is forty-one years old, and he is from a small town where he left behind a wife and two daughters. Shukov left his home for...

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