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Bobbi Ann Mason's 'Shiloh' vs. Frank O'Connor's 'Guests of a Nation' / Conflict
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A 4 page paper comparing and contrasting the functions of conflict in two short stories. The first story is by Frank O'Connor, titled 'Guests of a Nation.' The second story is by Bobbie Ann Mason, and is titled 'Shiloh.' Each story deals with a completely different topic and both are written from the first person perspective. And while on the surface both of these stories deal will dramatically different topics, they essentially uncover a very similar type of conflict which involves the realization and the acceptance of some type of death or end. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Bobbie Ann Mason' 'Shiloh' / Conflicts & The Struggle For Happiness
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4 pages on Bobbie Ann Mason's short story, 'Shiloh.' The writer details the conflicts among the characters in the story and discusses whether the ending is hopeful or not, with references to symbols in the story. No bibliography.
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Bobbie Ann Mason's 'Shiloh'
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A 4 page discussion of conflicts presented in Mason's story and the possible implications that the ending has for various characters. No other sources cited.
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Less Than Zero vs. Bobbie Ann Mason's 'In Country'
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A 4 page comparison between the 1980's era film 'Less than Zero' and Bobbie Ann Mason's book 'In Country.' The focus of the thesis/discussion is upon how characters in both stories were affected by 'wars' that ripped the socioeconomic status of their respective surroundings apart. While characters in each story were 'victims of circumstances,' the writer finds great difference in Less Than Zero's youths-- as they conceivably might have had more control over their situations. Several other key similarities and differences are cited. No Bibliography.
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Anorexia in Atwood and Hanauer
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A five page paper comparing and contrasting Cathi Hanauer's treatment of the issue of anorexia in 'My Sister's Bones' with that of Margaret Atwood in 'The Edible Woman.' The paper concludes that both authors show how anorexia is reflected in issues of patriarchal power, although Atwood looks at it more from the standpoint of the individual’s relationship to society, and Hanauer, from the standpoint of the individual’s relationship to family and self.Bibliography lists four sources.
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