Fiction Essays and Term Papers
A Review of Jean Paul Sartre's No ExitBoth the audience and critics of Jean Paul Sartre's contemporary masterpiece, No Exit (Hois Clos), were disturbed by its insensitive characters when it was first produced on stage in 1944. The underlying message, spoken by the only male character, Garcin, was the unsettling factor - that hell is ...
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Jasper Jones As A BildungsromanJasper Jones Essay
Jasper Jones, a novel set in the mid-1960's, is the story of an adolescent boy Charlie Bucktin. It illustrates that making choices is a significant part of human behaviour. Individuals have to live with the consequences of their decisions. Studying this novel written by Craig ...
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Book Recommendations For Young ReadersAnnotated Bibliography:
Books About Love:
1. Bernardo, Anilu. Loves Me, Loves Me Not. Houston, Texas: Pinata Books/Arts Publico Press, 1999.
Loves Me, Loves Me Not features Maggie Castillo as the main character who is in love with Zach Sherwood. The books details her struggles to ...
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Personal Relationships: Men and WomenDanyell Young
August 10, 2016
Personal relationships: Men and Women
Gender roles are the way people act, what they do and say, to express being a woman or a man. These characteristics are shaped by society. In "The Angel in the house" Virginia Woolf states how ...
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The Old Man with Enormous Wings: RealismGabriel Garcia Marquez's short story, "The Old Man with Enormous Wings," might from a plot summary appear to be a light fantasy story. However, closer examination shows that it is actually a very realistic piece of culturally accurate, albeit speculative, fiction. This story is very realistic ...
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Grace and Sin in Flannery O’Connor's Short StoriesGrace and Sin in Parker's Back and A Good Man is Hard to Find by Flannery O'Connor
Virtually all of Flannery O'Connor's short stories contain the receiving of grace by an unworthy protagonist at the tale's climatic moment. The hero of "Parker's Back" gets a Catholic, Byzantine tattoo of ...
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The Role Gender In Susan Glaspell's TriflesThe role gender differences in Susan Glaspell's Trifles
Gender differences play a huge role in Susan Glaspell's Trifles as depicted by the chauvinist attitude that the County Attorney and the Sheriff show toward the women, specifically toward Mrs. Wright. The play takes place in a time in ...
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Fictional Analysis of A&PShendye Gonzalez
Professor B.J. Giles
14th October 2016
Fiction Analysis of A&P
A&P is short story written by John Updike in 1961. This story is narrated as a first person point of view. Sammy, is a typical 19-year-old working as a cashier at a supermarket called ...
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The Rewards of Solitude and SocializationThe Rewards of Solitude and Socialization
The heroic outsider. The rugged individualist. The stalwart homesteader upon the frontier. All of these individuals are positive constructions of the solitary outsider in American society, ideals that span the range from Emerson's essays to Thoreau's ...
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The Unforeseen of "The Black Cat"Ling Shih Long, Yap Yao Hong, Perry Teng Hieng Yong, Mohammad Syakir Ahmad Shukri
Mr. Adriel Wong
19 July 2016
The Unforeseen of "The Black Cat"
Dark, evil and horror evolved around Edgar Allan Poe's remarkable masterpiece of short story: The Black Cat. As one of the pioneer of ...
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Edgar Allan PoeMeghan Woody
English 3 Period 7
13 March 2015
Edgar Allan Poe
Poe was the father of the short stories, a shining fictional theorist, an unpredictable genius, and an expert of human obsession. From 1835 until his death, he was arguably the main protagonist in the story of the ...
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Great ExpectationsKennedy Johnson
During the Victorian era, Dickens wrote this story in 1860 even though it was set in the 1800s (Dickens, 1861). This Victorian era started stretched from 1837 to 1901 - from the coronation of Queen Victoria to her demise. The core emphasis of this story ...
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Lu Ann Jones' Gender, Race, and Itinerant Commerce in the Rural New SouthLu Ann Jones, "Gender, Race, and Itinerant Commerce in the Rural New South," Journal of Southern History 66 (May 2000), 297-320.
Using vivid firsthand accounts and stunning storytelling of her own, author Lu Ann Jones illustrates that peddlers and salesmen created an alternative market to the ...
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Cassandra Clare’s Trilogy – The Infernal DevicesCassandra Clare’s Trilogy – The Infernal Devices
New York’s Times bestselling author, Cassandra Clare, places her audience into an alternate universe full of mystery, love, confusion, and identity crisis in her three-volume pre-quell, The Infernal Devices. In this trilogy, Cassandra Clare ...
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Critical Analysis of Girl by Jamaica KincaidLauren Turco
14 September 2018
First Draft Critical Analysis Paper 1
Women, since the beginning of time, have had expectations put upon them to be a wife, a mother, a homemaker, and sometimes even have a job outside of the household. In the text Girl, by ...
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