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Papers On American Literature
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Religion In The Works Of Flannery O'Connor
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A 10 page paper showing the religious references in three of this twentieth-century Southern writer's stories: 'A Good Man is Hard To Find,' 'Good Country People,' and 'The River.' The paper argues that the intrinsic violence of much of O'Connor's work comes from her unusual interpretation of the working out of God's grace in the world. Bibliography lists seven sources including book.
Filename: OConnor.doc

William Butler Yeats and Flannery O'Connor / Literary Criticism
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A 5 page paper critiquing a literary criticism article by Hal Blythe and Charlie Sweet, in which Blythe and Sweet compare O'Connor's story 'A Good Man Is Hard To Find' with William Butler Yeats' 'The Second Coming.' The paper concludes that there is really very little valid basis for comparison, due to the differing literary outlooks of the writers themselves. No sources except critical article and O'Connor's book.
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Women in Modern Southern Literature
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A 9 page paper on the changing role of women in Southern literature in the mid-to-late twentieth century. The paper observes that the Southern woman conceals beneath her society's valuation of her as helpless a unique ability to navigate the waters of her culture. Works covered are Eudora Welty's Delta Wedding; Flannery O'Connor's A Good Man is Hard To Find; Walker Percy's Lancelot; Peter Taylor's A Summons to Memphis; and Kaye Gibbons' Ellen Foster. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Works Of Flannery O'Connor / Emotional Intent Through Racism
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8 pages in length. The fictional works of Flannery O'Connor elicit several levels of emotion within the weave of racism and prejudice. Two of the author's short stories -- Everything That Rises Must Converge and Judgement Day -- reflect just such a backdrop in their attempts to demonstrate the absurdity of such narrow-mindedness. The writer compares and contrasts the two stories with respect to their representation of racial intolerance.
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'The Great Gatsby' / Expression of Modernism
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A 5 page research paper that explores a few passages F. Scott Fitzgerald uses to implicate modernism as a destructive force. The writer focuses on the character of Tom Buchanan and his body as an allegorical method of expressing modernism, as well as Fitzgerald's sense of loss for southern gentility. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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