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Stephen Crane's 'The Red Badge of Courage' / Psychological Transformation of Henry Fleming
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In 9 pages, the author discusses the psychological transformation of Henry Fleming in 'The Red Badge of Courage' by Stephen Crane. In 'The Red Badge of Courage' Stephen Crane the portrays a psychological transformation that takes place in the protagonist Henry Fleming. This transformation occurs over the period of the novel from its beginning where his mother did not want him to go to war to the end when his once cowardice symbol became a true 'Red Badge of Courage.' Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Snow Falling On Cedars
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5 pages in length. The writer gives an overview of David Guterson's novel about a murder trial that takes place in the Japanese village of San Piedro. While the reader is immediately drawn into the story line, the eloquence with which the author writes is yet another aspect to the attractiveness of this book. No additional sources cited.
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Alienation in the Works of Momaday and Alexie
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A 5 page analysis of House Made of Dawn by N. Scott Momaday and Indian Killer by Sherman Alexie, in terms of the authors’ theme of alienation. The paper argues that whereas House Made of Dawn shows that there is a way back from the brink of spiritual and personal disintegration, Indian Killer shows the effects of that disintegration when it has already gone too far to halt. No additional sources.
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Sherman Alexie's 'Indian Killer'
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This 5 page research paper reviews Sherman Alexie's 1996 novel, Indian Killer by examining the life of central character, John Smith, who has gone on a killing rampage in his attempt to reclaim his Indian heritage from the white man. The supporting protagonists, each with his own anger and motivation against white society are also explored in detail. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Booker T. Washington’s “Up From Slavery” & Mark Twain’s “Huckleberry Finn”
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In his autobiography, Up From Slavery, Booker T. Washington relates what he knows of history: 'in context' and from his personal point of view. Mark Twain uses parody and fiction to express his views in Huckleberry Finn. Both criticize American society. Both held strong opinions concerning race, poverty and illiteracy. This is a 5 page paper that examines the views of these two men through their writing. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Huckslav.doc


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