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Bobbie Ann Mason's 'Shiloh'
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A 4 page discussion of conflicts presented in Mason's story and the possible implications that the ending has for various characters. No other sources cited.
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Less Than Zero vs. Bobbie Ann Mason's 'In Country'
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A 4 page comparison between the 1980's era film 'Less than Zero' and Bobbie Ann Mason's book 'In Country.' The focus of the thesis/discussion is upon how characters in both stories were affected by 'wars' that ripped the socioeconomic status of their respective surroundings apart. While characters in each story were 'victims of circumstances,' the writer finds great difference in Less Than Zero's youths-- as they conceivably might have had more control over their situations. Several other key similarities and differences are cited. No Bibliography.
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Reinterpreting the Past in Morrison, DeLillo, and Mason
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A seven page paper looking at Toni Morrison’s “Beloved,” Don DeLillo’s “Libra,” and Bobbie Ann Mason’s “In Country” in terms of the authors’ reinterpretations of history. The paper shows how unresolved conflicts and traumas of the past do not go away; they simply re-surface in some other form, forcing us to either creatively integrate them into our developing selves or suffer the consequences. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Zora Neale Hurston's 'Mules and Men' and Bobbie Ann Mason's 'In Country'
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A 5 page comparative between the two stories in terms of the protagonists' journey of self discovery and how that journey is based on a sense of place. The writer contrasts the authors' description of the south, and compares and contrasts the stories of self discovery as it relates to community. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Cnzormas.wps

Anorexia in Atwood and Hanauer
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A five page paper comparing and contrasting Cathi Hanauer's treatment of the issue of anorexia in 'My Sister's Bones' with that of Margaret Atwood in 'The Edible Woman.' The paper concludes that both authors show how anorexia is reflected in issues of patriarchal power, although Atwood looks at it more from the standpoint of the individual’s relationship to society, and Hanauer, from the standpoint of the individual’s relationship to family and self.Bibliography lists four sources.
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