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Nathaniel Hawthorne's Rejection of Puritanical Values in 'The Scarlet Letter' and 'The House of the Seven Gables'
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A 7 page paper which critically analyzes how New England-born Nathaniel Hawthorne rejects the values held by his fellow Puritans in his first two novels, 'The Scarlet Letter' and 'The House of the Seven Gables.' Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: TGpuritn.wps

The Family Life of Ralph Josselin, a Seventeenth-Century Clergyman
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A 5 page overview of the diaries of Ralph Josselin, a moderate Puritan clergyman who, over a forty year period spanning between 1641 and 1683, provides a detailed record of his political responsibilities. Emphasizes the historic significance of this work and its value to historians and practically anyone else interested in this period of time.
Filename: PPjossel.wps

Preston's'Hot Zone' vs. Cook's 'Outbreak' / Microbiological Comparison
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A 4 page comparison of the microbiological information presented in Richard Preston's book 'Hot Zone' and the movie 'Outbreak.' Concludes that while Preston's book presents valuable and factual information about such organisms as the Marburg Virus and the Ebola Virus, the movie presents only fictional information and is of little public educational value. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Hotbreak.wps

Richard Preston's 'The Hot Zone'
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A 5 page paper on Richard Preston's terrifying book about the Ebola virus. The paper concludes that Preston's actual agenda in writing this book is summed up in the last chapter: that the earth has come to regard humans as a parasite, and is using viral disease to exterminate us. No sources.
Filename: Hotzone.wps

Jack Kerouac's 'On The Road' / Zen Madness
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Jack Kerouac wrote On the Road in the early 1950's, though it wasn't published until 1957. The relationship of his escapades in the book and the philosophies of the 'beat' generation are well known. One area that has not been explored to any extent is the relationship the journey taken in the book has with Kerouac's known interest in Buddhism. Although On the Road was not written with the Buddhist point of view in mind, the journey of Kerouac and Cassidy can be seen as an extension of the Mahayana principles that interested Kerouac later in his life. This 4 page paper argues that the journey in On the Road fulfills a basic definition of a Buddhist quest for knowledge and eventual nirvana. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Roadzen.doc


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