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Papers On Spanish, Portugese & Latin-America/Caribbean Literature
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“Jane Eyre” and “Wide Sargasso Sea”: Rebellion Against Patriarchy
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This 12 page paper discusses “Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Bronte and “Wide Sargasso Sea” by Jean Rhys and the way in which the authors discuss patriarchy and rebellion against it. The novel “Wide Sargasso Sea” tells the story of Edward Rochester and his first wife; she is never seen, but is a major driving force in the classic Bronte novel. The Rhys book is a “prequel” to the events in “Jane Eyre.” Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: HVNoPatr.rtf

“Pocho” by Jose Antonio Villarreal
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A 5 page paper which discusses the aspect of cultural identity among immigrants in Jose Antonio Villarreal’s “Pocho.” No additional sources cited.
Filename: RApocho.rtf

“The Garden of Forking Paths”
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A 3 page consideration of the story by Jorge Luis Borges. This paper considers the story from the perspective of postmodernism v modernism. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPlitFrkingPths.rtf

“The Labyrinth of Solitude” by Octavio Paz
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This 5 page report discusses” The Labyrinth of Solitude” by Octavio Paz, poet, humanist, essayist, and Nobel Prize winner. “The Labyrinth of Solitude,” (1950) for which Paz is best known, is a classic study of modern (or at least mid-20th century) Mexico -- its psyche and its culture. He described Mexico as “a nation where the sun abounds, a prodigious sun, but also a dark and black country.” Bibliography lists only the primary source.
Filename: BWopaz.rtf

"A House For Mr. Biswas" - Contribution To Caribbean Literature
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10 pages in length. Identity is a critical theme all throughout the story that borrows directly from the Indo-Caribbean experience and cultural experience. To not only understand but also accept one's place within the larger concept of society is something Mr. Biswas struggles with for his entire life; that he is unable to rectify what he deems wrong in his day to day existence – the death of his father, a controlling and uncaring mother, a wife with no backbone and an extended family by marriage that has little respect for him – he ultimately develops an inferior sense of himself while at the same time working hard to find his own place in the world. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCBiswas.rtf


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