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“Electra” and “The Tempest”: Vengeance and Injustice
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A 12 page paper which examines the themes of vengeance and injustice in Euripides’ “Electra” and Shakespeare’s “The Tempest.” Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: RAeltem.rtf

“Elements of Parody in The Miller’s Tale by Chaucer”
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A five page paper which looks at the way in which Chaucer’s The Miller’s Tale parodies the traditional romances of courtly love and acts as a balance to the morality and integrity of the Knight’s Tale. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: JLmiller.wps

“Employment opportunities for women in ‘Sister Carrie’ and ‘Their Eyes Were Watching God’”
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“Employment opportunities for women in ‘Sister Carrie’ and ‘Their Eyes Were Watching God’” A five page paper which compares and contrasts the socio-economic backgrounds in Dreiser’s ‘Sister Carrie’ and Zola Thurston’s ‘Their Eyes Were Watching God’, in terms of the career opportunities available to women in the two novels, and considers the constraints which prevented the protagonists taking full advantage of such opportunities. Bibliography lists two sources.
Filename: JLsiscarr2.wps

“Ethan Frome” and “The House of Mirth”: The Themes of Loneliness, Isolation, and Silence
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A 7 page review of the stories by Edith Wharton, an author best remembered for her examination of New York society in the 1800s. Much of this work is interwoven by the themes of silence, isolation and illusion. Such is certainly the case with “The House of Mirth” and “Ethan Frome”. The characters in these works find themselves isolated from society as a whole partially because of their own ideologies but also because of circumstances which are beyond their control. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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“Everyman” and the Idea of Allegory
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This 5 page report discusses “Everyman,” an English morality play written anonymously sometime in the late 15th century. Everyman” is a parable about death and the ultimate destiny of a human being’s soul. “Everyman” reflects both its place in history and the mindset by which medieval sensibilities were governed. “Everyman” is truly a message that was designed to convey the fact that none of the material goods any human being (or “every man”) acquires can be taken on the final journey of death. Only the good a person has accomplished counts toward the ultimate redemption of the soul and pays the admittance fee to heaven. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BWeman.rtf


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