The difference between Sophie and Jansie is that Sophie always used to live in wonderland i.e she thought that Danny Casey loved her which is untrue. On the other hand her classmate used to live in real world i.e she know the poor girl like her are going to work in biscuit factories as other poor girls do, that is the difference between these two girls.

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Sophie and Jansie are good friends. They also study together in school. Both the girls belong to very humble families. Both aspire to become something in life. They are earmarked for biscuit factory to work init as soon as they finish school. But both the girls are in sharp contrast as far as their thoughts and temperament are concerned. While Sophie dreams of big and beautiful things, Jansie has her feet firmly planted on the ground. She advises Sophie to be sensible and not try to think beyond reality but Sophie does not listen. She wants to be a boutique owner, a fashion designer, an actress and a manager, all in the same breath. She is a romantic dreamer who fantasises about the young Irish footballer, Danny Casey.

Sophie in her dreams hero-worships Danny and describes her imaginary meeting with him very vividly and looks forward to another meeting with him shortly. She shares her secret with her brother Geoff, whom she is close with. Jansie is a sharp contrast. She is practical and a realist. She has no far-fetched dreams and remains grounded in reality. In the end, it is Sophie who gets a jolt.But that does not make her wiser. She becomes a victim of her own dreams and disappointments.


sophie and jansie were class mate and friends.what were the differences between them that shows up in the story?

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Sophie and Jansie are good friends. They also study together in school. Both the girls belong to very humble families. Both aspire to become something in life. They are earmarked for biscuit factory to work init as soon as they finish school. But both the girls are in sharp contrast as far as their thoughts and temperament are concerned. While Sophie dreams of big and beautiful things, Jansie has her feet firmly planted on the ground. She advises Sophie to be sensible and not try to think beyond reality but Sophie does not listen. She wants to be a boutique owner, a fashion designer, an actress and a manager, all in the same breath. She is a romantic dreamer who fantasises about the young Irish footballer, Danny Casey.

Sophie in her dreams hero-worships Danny and describes her imaginary meeting with him very vividly and looks forward to another meeting with him shortly. She shares her secret with her brother Geoff, whom she is close with. Jansie is a sharp contrast. She is practical and a realist. She has no far-fetched dreams and remains grounded in reality. In the end, it is Sophie who gets a jolt.But that does not make her wiser. She becomes a victim of her own dreams and disappointments.


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