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Papers On African-American Literature
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Marshall's The Chosen Place, The Timeless People
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Community is a concept that is difficult to define and harder yet to maintain. This 6 page paper argues that Paule Marshall's book, The Chosen Place, The Timeless People, as the title indicates, incorporates two distinctive themes. The first is represented as The Chosen Place and refers to the political, economic and social schema of the West Indian island and is set in juxtaposition with the western form of living, specifically colonialism as represented by the corporate style of UNICOR. The second is seen in her development of characters that represent the dichotomy of old and new cultures; also seen as the culture of the island and the outside world. No additional sources are listed.
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Mary Rowlandson's Narrative & The Theme Of Religion
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A 2 page essay on Mary Rowlandson's narrative and the important role that her faith in religion plays as an ongoing theme. The writer believes that the narrator's faith is what literally 'keeps her going' and that her frequent quotes from The Bible do much to reinforce this strong thesis. No Bibliography.
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Maya Angelou's I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
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This 5 page paper considers the three ways that Maya Angelou argued that second class citizens infringed on her personal development as she grew up in the pre-Civil War south. This paper reflects on whether these experiences were universal or if they were universal to the way any young people grew up during this era. No additional sources cited.
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Mendacity On 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,' 'A Doll's House,' And 'The Misanthrope'
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This 5 page report discusses the treatment of mendacity (the state of falsehood or untruthfulness) in each of the plays and compares it in terms of intensity. No additional sources cited.
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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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