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Gershe's 'Butterflies are Free' / Character Of Jill
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A 3 page analysis of the character of Jill, the wacky next-door neighbor of the protagonist of Leonard Gershe's play. The paper points out that Don teaches Jill as much about life as she teaches him, particularly the relationship between freedom and responsibility. No additional sources cited.
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Gershe's 'Butterflies are Free' / Don's Disability
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A 3 page character analysis of Don Baker, the blind protagonist in this play by Leonard Gershe. The paper shows Don's difficulty in achieving emotional independence is due less to his blindness than to the self-doubts instilled in him by his mother. No additional sources cited.
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Anita Brookner/Hotel Du Lac
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A 3 page analysis of Anita Brookner's novel Hotel du Lac. It's the rather sad tale of a 39-year-old Englishwoman with the symbolic name of 'Edith Hope' who is sent by concerned friends to sit out a scandal at small, discreet resort in Switzerland, the Hotel du Lac. The story revolves around the central question of what sort of behavior is appropriate for a woman, and how Edith handles finding her own direction and decisions regarding this particular issue. Edith must decide whether or not she will meet society's expectations or determine what expectations are appropriate on her own. No additional sources cited.
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Ray Bradbury's 'Fahrenheit 451'
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A 6 page paper on Ray Bradbury's futuristic dystopia. The writer analyzes Bradbury's purpose in writing the novel, shows how Bradbury contrasts the motifs of technology versus human expression, and concludes that in Bradbury's view it is self-expression, both through words and actions, that makes us truly human. No additional sources are listed.
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Ray Bradbury's 'Farenheit 451'
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In 5 pages the author discusses the novel 'Farenheit 451' by Ray Bradbury. 'In 'Farenheit 451', which was written in 1953, Ray Bradbury predicted the evils of a world in which books are illegal. The book is about censorship, and what must be done to overcome it. He was very astute at the time, and it makes one wonder how he could glimpse into the future with such a clarity.'
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