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"A Civil Action" by Jonathan Harr
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A 14 page paper which presents a book review of Jonathan's Harr's "A Civil Action." The paper presents an overview of the story, an examination of Harr's narrative style, a discussion of the political and social injustices within the story, and then finally a presentation of the aspects in the book which concern human conditions. Bibliography lists 1 additional source.
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"A Farewell to Arms": The Symbolism of Rain
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A 5 page overview of the novel by Ernest Hemmingway. Examines Hemmingway's characteristic use of nature and symbolism to take the place of words for human emotion. Presents the contention that Hemmingway's masterful use of plot, setting and symbolism are equally important to the novel's success as is the universal themes of love lost, death, and disaster, themes which are more often than not represented by the natural element of rain. Emphasizes that Hemmingway's structural use of rain in the novel "A Farewell to Arms" is applied in the expression of emotions such as deep sorrow in particular. Provides numerous examples of such usage. No additional sources are listed.
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"A House For Mr. Biswas" - Contribution To Caribbean Literature
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10 pages in length. Identity is a critical theme all throughout the story that borrows directly from the Indo-Caribbean experience and cultural experience. To not only understand but also accept one's place within the larger concept of society is something Mr. Biswas struggles with for his entire life; that he is unable to rectify what he deems wrong in his day to day existence – the death of his father, a controlling and uncaring mother, a wife with no backbone and an extended family by marriage that has little respect for him – he ultimately develops an inferior sense of himself while at the same time working hard to find his own place in the world. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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"A Man of the People"
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A 5 page paper which discusses how three of the characters in Chinua Achebe's novel "A Man of the People" prove to be, or not to be, men of the people. The characters examined are Eunice, Chief Nanga, and Odili. No additional sources cited.
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"A Rose for Emily" and "Big Black Good Man": Intimidation
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A 5 page paper which illustrates how Emily, in Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily," and Olaf, in Wright's "Big Black Good Man," are both characters who suffered intimidation. This argument fits in with Erich Fromm's statement that men are not free from society and judgements, which can be found in his book "Escape From Freedom." A comparison and contrast of the two intimidated characters is provided.
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