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Feminism and Change in Chopin and Woolf
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An eight page paper comparing two short stories from the turn of the twentieth century: 'A Respectable Woman' by Kate Chopin and Virginia Woolf's 'A Society.' The paper shows how in their treatment of feminism, each refutes the restrictive character of Victorianism and welcomes the Modern age. Bibliography lists six sources.
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Gilman's 'Yellow Wall vs. Chopin / Views On Nineteenth-Century Marriage
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A 5 page essay that compares Charlotte Perkins Gilman's 'The Yellow Wall-paper' and Kate Chopin's 'Story of an Hour.' The writer demonstrates how both short stories reflect the restrictive nature of nineteenth-century marriage which tended to place women in a position where they had no control over their own lives.
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Kate Chopin's 'Neg Creole' vs. Mark Twain's 'Huck Finn'
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A 5 page paper that explores racism and the treatment of the feminine role in these two works. The subject is studied from an analysis of viewpoint and plot in relationship to Neg and Huck/Jim, and the women in the stories. The paper posits that although their intent was similar, Twain could only see the slavery/racism issue from a white man looking in, while Chopin, who identifies with being part Creole, sees the issue from the inside looking out. No additional sources cited.
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Kate Chopin's 'NegCreole' vs. Mark Twain's 'Huck Finn' # 2
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A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the racial and societal impacts for Jim and Neg in Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Kate Chopin's Neg Creole. No additional sources cited.
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Kate Chopin's 'The Awakening'
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An 8 page analysis of the depiction of women and their revolutionary role as was specifically evidenced by the character of Edna in Kate Chopin's 'The Awakening' (19th century). Complimented by 5 sources listed in bibliography.
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