How far does source x agree with source y?

P1: Instances where both agree:

-Use quotes.

-Explain why this shows agreement.

-Repeat for other areas of agreement.

P2: Areas of disagreement:

-Use quotes

-Explain why this shows disagreement.

-Repeat for other areas of disagreement.

P3: Are there crucial parts of one source that say something that the other source doesn't mention.

-Use quotes.


-Answer the question 'how far'.

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