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Papers On British Literature
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"The Underground Man" and Discrimination of the Mentally Impaired
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A 10 page paper which examines the book "The Underground Man" by Mick Jackson, and compares how the Duke in the book was discriminated against and generally misunderstood, with how mentally impaired people are perceived today. Bibliography lists 6 additional sources. TGundgrd.wps
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"To the Lighthouse"
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This 3 page paper discusses Virginia Woolf's novel "To the Lighthouse" and why it can be considered a modernist novel. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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"Troilus and Criseyde" and the Cult of Courtly Love
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A ten page paper examining the degree to which Geoffrey Chaucer's poem reflects the code of courtly love. The paper concludes that the false ideals of courtly love prohibit Troilus from really reaching a personal level with the woman he loves; and this leaves him without any bargaining power when he needs to win her back. Bibliography lists nine sources.
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1984 and A Clockwork Orange
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A paper which compares Orwell's 1984 and Burgess's A Clockwork Orange, looking at themes such as free will, the nature of good and evil, social control and violence. Bibliography lists 2 sources
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A 3 page essay that looks at two chilling visions of life in a fascist state. In George Orwell's chilling novel 1984, he describes life in England under totalitarian rule, where the elite rule with authoritarian control and Big Brother, as a symbol of the state, watches and keeps track of every detail of citizens' personal lives. In her 2004 novel, America 2014, An Orwellian Tale, Dawn Blair proposes that a similar transformation takes over the United States. The premise of Blair's text is that, with the rationalization that authoritarianism is justified by the war on terrorism, America will exchange its freedoms for the illusion of security and become a one-party, totalitarian state. The writer briefly looks at both novels and then discusses whether or not the US is endanger of becoming totalitarian. Citing a recent article, the writer feels that this is a real threat and that Orwell and Blair's books should be considered as accurate warnings. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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