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Papers On American Literature
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Emerson, Thoreau, Whitman
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A five page paper looking at the thought of these three seminal nineteenth-century American writers as expressed in their works “Nature,” “Civil Disobedience,” and “Preface to Leaves of Grass,” respectively. The paper concludes that all three of these writers relied heavily on nature and natural metaphors to define what is unique about the American experience. No additional sources.
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Morrison's The Bluest Eye & Salinger's The Catcher In The Rye
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Morrison and Salinger have both chosen to have the plot revolve around the misconception of the community and the need for adolescents (innocence) to find acceptance. A loss of that innocence results in a need to escape to somewhere or something that is able to fill the void. This 5 page paper argues that the character of Holden Caulfield in The Catcher In The Rye and several of Morrison's characters in The Bluest Eye experience a gradual psychic erosion that represents the weakening of their concept of community. An explanation of epigram is includes as well as suggestions for an epigrammatic title for the student's essay. No additional sources are listed.
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To Kill A Mockingbird / Setting & The Courtroom
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5 pages in length. The significance of the Maycomb setting in Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird and how it affects the courtroom scene demonstrates the way in which a black man's life can be maligned with blatant lies and misinterpretations. Atticus Finch's appointment to defend Negro Tom Robinson is something the town has not witnessed before -- a town in which blacks and whites cohabit together but do not meld their lives beyond the cursory greeting at the marketplace. By Finch taking on Robinson's alleged rape case, it sets a new precedence for the narrow-mindedness of the townspeople and the injustice routinely inflicted upon the Negro community. No additional sources cited.
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John Guare's 'Six Degrees of Separation' / Conflict & Class Struggle
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A 5 page paper that discusses the inherent conflict and class struggle in John Guare's play. The characters of Paul, Flan and Ouisa all are products of their class determinations and their social interactions are basic to their personal development. The interactions between the couple, Flan and Ouisa, who are upper class art collectors, creates and interesting contrast to Paul, a self-declared 'student' who lies his way into the homes of New York's elite.
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John Guare's 'Six Degrees of Separation' / Paralysis Of The Imagination
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A 5 page paper that discusses the issue of paralysis of the imagination through Paul's theory of The Catcher in the Rye. This paper also takes a comparative look between Paul and Holden Caufield because of the reference within the play in regards to imagination created a necessary the perception of necessary similarities between these two characters.
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