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A 4 page research paper on Anita Shreve’s The Pilot’s Wife. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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This research paper/essay offers brief biographies of both writers, focusing on their writing styles and then contrasts and compares ("Nathaniel Hawthorne"). Four pages in length, four sources are cited.
The medic was often the only thing standing between a wounded soldier and death. This research paper, an interview with a veteran of the second World War, details the story of the medic. Also included are stories gained from research. This paper has eight pages and three sources are listed in the bibliography.
This 3 page essay proposes that the book by Dan Brown would make a powerful as well as an entertaining film. Suggestions as to how to proceed are included. 1 source.
This 3 page paper is a proposal to analyze the character of Nick in "The Great Gatsby," explaining why this character was chosen. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
In six pages Walker takes inspiration from Winnie Mandela and Zora Neale Hurston in presenting her own personal interpretation of the world as she perceives it. There are no other sources listed in the bibliography.
In six pages this paper examines women's power and how it is portrayed in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Are Watching God and Richard Wright's collection of short stories Uncle Tom's Children. There are no additional sources listed.
An overview of this collection of pamphlets, essays, and letters from prior to the Civil War is presented in five pages and includes the author's experiences that may have been responsible for him writing what was described as 'the most notorious publication in America' in David Wilentz's text introduction. Three sources are cited in ...
In five pages this paper compares the similarities of the turning points in each of these stories. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.
In eleven pages the powerful women featured in Walker's short story are considered. There are five bibliographic sources cited.
In a discussion of these texts consisting of eight pages this paper analyzes the satire of Jonathan Swift. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.
In ten pages this paper examines how Swift examined England and Ireland in his writings with the sociopolitical A Modest Proposal text being the primary focus. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.
In three pages this essay presents a summary and examination of the major points featured in A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift. There is no bibliography included.
This paper consists of five pages and examines how what the authors condemn as society's false values are satirized in these two works. There are no additional sources listed.
In five pages the use of narrative voice by these authors in their respective works is contrasted and compared. There are no other sources listed.
This essay pertains to Jonathan Swift's "A Modest Proposal," published in 1729, and Robert Browning's poem "My Last Duchess, Ferrara, published in 1842. The writer maintains that both of these works, while greatly separated by time and subject matter, each present social criticism that pertains the contemporary eras of Swift and Browning. Nine pages in ...
This 3 page paper discusses Jonathan Swift's satiric essay "A Modest Proposal" and his use of irony to make his points. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
A 4 page analysis of Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels and A Modest Proposal. Bibliography lists 1 source.
A 14 page paper. The first section is the Introduction of the topic which focuses on two specific plays: Shaw's Mrs. Warren's Profession and Brecht's The Good Woman of Setzuan. The methodology that would be used in such a study is discussed and the chapters in the paper identified. The major part of the paper ...
An 8 page essay that addresses this short story by Achebe. Roughly the first three pages of this paper are a research proposal that discusses the essay and what it will address. The remainder of the paper is the essay which looks at Achebe's short story "Dead Men's Path," which tells the narrative of a ...
In eight pages this argumentative essay considers how it was the ways in which the abuse of power defined Ibo society that prevented any type of coexistence with the British to take place. In a battle of cultures only one could survive. One source is cited in the bibliography.
In seven pages this paper examines the importance of traditions and the power it wields in a thematic analysis of Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages the literary aspects of subject, form, image, interpretation, symbolism, and rhythm are analyzed in terms of how they reinforce the author's message and an opinon of the poem is also included. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.
A feminist approach is used in this paper consisting of five pages in which reliance upon spirituality is stronger and more important than human desire and libido. There are no other bibliographic sources cited.
In five pages this research paper discusses the play in terms of summary and other relevant aspects. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this paper presents a literary analysis of both works in a consideration of syntax, argument, irony, diction, tone, and satire. There are no other sources listed.
A 5 page paper which compares and contrasts Chaucer’s The Franklin’s Tale, from Canterbury Tales, with the film Indecent Proposal. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
In three pages this paper compares the major themes in these famous Sophocles' Greek tragedies. Two sources are listed in the bibliography.
This paper examines the power by women in ancient Hebrew and Greek societies as represented by Rebekah in the Old Testament and Nausicaa in Homer's epic 'The Odyssey' in five pages. There are o other sources listed.
This 3-page paper points out that religion played a large part in the development of the medieval literature of Japan. Stories involved in proving this point include Tales of Genji and Heike and As I Crossed a Bridge of Dreams. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
In three pages this essay examines 'The Bridegroom' short story in terms of sexuality's role and is also contrasted with the depiction of sexuality presented in A Personal Matter by Japanese wreiter Kenzaburo Oe. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this paper examines how this text promotes the notion that change regarding gender role perceptions begins within the traditional family unit. One source is cited in the bibliography.
Rickshaw by Lao She is the focus of this analysis of primary characters in five pages. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this essay considers Vietnamese emigrants Mai Nyugen and Thanh as portrayed by Lan Cao in the novel Monkey Bridge. There are no other sources listed.
An overview of Robert A. Hackett's News and Dissent The Press and Politics of Peace in Canada is presented in five pages. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this paper examines how the power of language is considered in Margaret Atwood's essay 'An End to Audience' and how it is masterfully illustrated in No Name Woman by Maxine Hong Kingston. There are no other sources cited.
In five pages the theme of this Canadian short story is analyzed. There are no other sources listed.
In five pages this paper examines Robertson Davies' novel in terms of the characters it features. There are no other sources listed.
Isolation, privation and loss in childhood are major themes in literature. This report discusses the work of two Canadians, Joy Kogawa's Obasan and Margaret Laurence's The Stone Angel. Both are young girls growing up without mothers. Included are issues of growth and reconciliation.This paper has five pages and two sources are listed in the bibliography. ...
A 5 page essay that compares 2 works. Jonathan Swift penned his satirical masterpiece, “A Modest proposal in 1729. Roughly a century later, Gustave Flaubert wrote “A Simple Heart” (also known as “A Simple Soul”). While considerably time separates these two works, examination of the principal theme addressed by both Swift and Flaubert demonstrates that ...
French writers Michel Foucault and Frantz Fanon are seminal philosophers in the empowerment of minority populations. This research paper discusses Black Skin, White Masks by Fanon and Madness in Civilization by Foucault in terms of marginalization and the quest for true power.This paper has five pages and five sources are listed in the bibliography.
The identity concept is explored in this analysis of The Maids, a play by Jean Genet in a paper consisting of seven pages.
In five pages this paper considers how these 4 themes are featured in Voltaire's Candide. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.
In three pages this report considers the 'authentic man' concept Camus presented in 1947's The Plague as it relates to the indifference shown toward human suffering that exists beyond an indivdiual's own personal frames of reference. There are no other bibliographic sources cited.
In five pages the rhetoric featured in Kafka's short story is examined from a materialist Marxist perspective. There are no other sources listed.
In five pages this paper considers the protagonist's dilemma and whether or not he will hand his soul over to Gretchen, Mephistopheles, or God. There is no bibliography included.
In three pages Haffner's 2002 text is reviewed in a consideration of Hitler's power rise with a synopsis, primary themes, and writer's recommendations for the book also included. There are no other sources listed.
This paper discusses Marlowe's play, Doctor Faustus. The writer discusses specific issues regarding the consequences of absolute power and our society. There are four sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.
These German authors are considered in five pages in a comparative analysis of The Tin Drum by Gunter Grass and Deutschland, A Winter's Tale by Heinrich Heine, that was written more than a century earlier. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.
The author Niccolo Machiavelli and his 1505 political treatise The Prince are examined in five pages with its contemporary relevance among the topics of discussion. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.
The Decameron is considered in six pages in terms of the symbolism and themes contained within. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this paper assesses the author's contention that symbolism and realism are both featured in Il Conformista. There are no other sources listed.
In six pages this paper examines the thematic relationship between assertive and strong women in these stories that appear in The Decameron. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.
The standpoint of a history student is taken in the examination of these Italian literary works that consists of seven pages. There are no other sources cited in the bibliography.
In a paper of five pages, the writer looks at "The Iliad" and the 2004 film, "Troy". The changes in the latter are explained through a cultural lens. Paper uses four sources.
In four pages this paper argues that the plot of Lysistrata and its celebration of intelligent and clever women represents the initial feminist concept. There are no other sources listed.
A 7 page research paper/essay that argues that Penelope is the woman in the Odyssey who has the greatest power over Odysseus. The writer, citing sources, argues that this power is based on love. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
In five pages Euripides' tragedy is examined in terms of how Medea was ultimately corrupted by her desire for power. There are no other sources listed.
In four pages this book by Anthony Horowitz is reviewed.
In five pages this paper discusses the complexities of the fairytales Alice in Wonderland and Cinderella, which makes them far more than mere children's tales. There are no other sources listed.
Comedy is almost universal in children's literature. This paper examines how a number of children's books make use of this storytelling technique.This paper has seven pages and eighteen sources are listed in the bibliography.
In eight pages the evolution from fantasy to postmodern in the children's literature genre is considered in an examination of The Hobbit, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, The Dark is Rising, Charlotte Sometimes, Bone from a Dry Sea, Wyrd, Weetzie Bat, and The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Twenty sources are cited ...
In five pages this report considers fantasy literature for children in an agrement with Ursula K. Le Guin's definition that fantasy is simply a different reality approach and compares and contrasts authors J.K. Rowling and Lewis Carroll. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this paper examines the role the narrator plays in Nikolai Gogol's Dead Souls. There are no other sources listed.
5 pages and 2 sources. This paper provides an overview of what it might take to change the future and improve a life. Though many people hope that their life will change, not everyone is willing to take the steps that are necessary to determine positive change. More specifically, this paper considers ...
In eight pages this report discusses the author's theories as represented in this text and how it serves to rebut 'The Struggle for Existence in Human Society' essay penned by Thomas Huxley. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this paper critically analyzes Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita and addresses the various misconceptions often associated with this literary work. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this report discusses the historical tragedy that was inspired by the ill fated czar of the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. There are two bibliographic sources cited.
The writer discusses the Open Theater Movement that took place in Argentina from 1981-1985, during which time plays were written and produced that were critical of the controlling military junta. The writer discusses several plays, but focuses on Oficial Primero by Carlos Samigliana. The paper is eight pages long and there are seven sources listed ...
In six pages this paper discusses how each novels make powerful use of shifting perspectives. There are no other sources listed.
In six pages this report examines the 1900 Uruguayan novel and its consideration of power. There is 1 source cited in the bibliography.
In a paper of four pages, the writer looks at Allende's "The House of the Spirits". Allende's use of magical realism is emphasized in its relation to a subversively powerful presentation of women. Paper uses four sources.
In five pages this paper examines how the authors used propaganda as a literary device in these three works of literature. One source is cited in the bibliography.
In seventeen pages these 2 satirical forms are contrasted in terms of differences as revealed in Jonathan Swift's 'A Modest Proposal' and Alexander Pope's 'Rape of the Lock.' Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.
In fifteen pages satire is defined and then illustrated through 3 examples that include songwriter Randy Newman's work, Jane Austen's Persuasion, and Jonathan Swift's A Modest Proposal. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography.
In eight pages this paper discusses exploitation followed by power renewal in A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift, Continental Drift by Russell Banks, Once Were Warriors by Alan Duff, and Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad. There are 5 sources cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this paper examines how perspectives on the past manifest themselves in the storytelling of 'How to Tell a True War Story' by Tim O'Brien and 'A Rose for Emily' by William Faulkner. Four sources are listed in the bibliography.
An 8 page literary analysis of 4 narratives, which are by James Baldwin, Mariama Ba, Clarice Lispector and Gerald Vizenor. The writer argues that these stories represent different nationalities, genders and eras, yet they all use language to paint poignant visions of a particular's person inner landscape, and, in so doing, help the reader in ...
In five pages this paper examines the themes of social power and gender as they are represented in the drama by Henrik Ibsen. There are no other sources listed.
3 pages in length. To read Kipen (2003) express Khaled Hosseini's The Kite Runner as lurking a metaphor "so apt and evocative that even the author never fully exploits its power" is to understand the magnitude of the story's symbolism. The very nature of a kite runner is to spot fallen kites after ...
In four pages this Indian myth is revealed as being more fiction than based in fact. There are no other sources cited.
In five pages this 1958 novel is discussed in a basic overview with an historical consideration of the Nigerian political and social issues of the time that continue to fuel the contemporary African conflicts. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.
In eight pages this paper discusses how to conduct Internet research on this topic with a consideration of the websites to be used and their relevance. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.
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