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Papers On Russian Literature
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Nabokov's Lolita
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Americans are in love with the idea of youth. It is a culture that idealizes and idolizes the components of youth, The American ideal of beauty is centered around youth and innocence. When Vladimir Nabokov wrote Lolita he did not set out to write a controversial book about pedophilia, but a book that had it's roots in the firmament of American reality and was about love. Lolita is principally a love story. It is a story about an older man in love with the forbidden, with youth and with the American culture that idealizes that youth. This 5 page paper explores different aspects of the cultural considerations inherent in the love story: Lolita. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: KTlolnab.wps

Pedophilia & the Role of Women in 'Lolita'
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A 10 page paper looking at critical responses toward the integration of the issues of pedophilia and women's social roles in Nabokov's famous novel. The paper asserts that in the nineteen-fifties when the book was written, women were not expected to have an 'equal role' in a sexual relationship, which often caused men to treat them as if they really had been children. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
Filename: Pedowom.wps

Doestoevsky's 'Notes From the Underground' vs. Kafka's 'Metamorphosis'
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A 5 page essay that looks at how the doctor-researcher symbol (representative of tradition and 'state') is treated by Dostoevsky and Kafka in these two works. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Dostkaf.wps

Babel's 'My First Goose' / Jewish Identity
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A 13 page paper looking at this short story by Russian-Jewish writer Isaac Babel in terms of its protagonist's problems with his Jewish identity. The paper concludes that despite Liutov's attempts to disassociate himself from his Jewish intellectual background, Liutov is irrevocably a Jew and irrevocably an intellectual; nothing he can do will make him a true warrior. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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'The Grand Inquisitor' in Brothers Karamazov by Dostoyevsky
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One of the great joys of The Brothers Karamazov is the passion from which they view life. Another passion seems to have been a need to understand God and Jesus Christ. The legend of the Grand Inquisitor, as well as the book, The Brothers Karamazov, tells a tale of a journey to understand the purposes of God. The Inquisitor believes that the cause of the suffering and disharmony is the freedom, or self will, that God bestowed upon man. It is his contention that man is too weak to manage the burden of freedom. Dostoevsky longed for a spiritual union among people consolidated by the desire for all-embracing harmony . He regarded such a union to be a true wealth that consists not of golden dresses but of the joy of common accord. In a clash between reason and love Dostoevsky favored love. This 8 page paper examines the fable from the perspective of Dostoevsky's views on religion, suffering and freedom. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KTgofree.wps


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