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"I Have a Dream"
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This 7 page paper analyzes Dr. Martin Luther King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech in detail. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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"Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl" and "The Awakening"
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A 4 page overview of the lessons imparted in Kate Chopin's "The Awakening" and Linda Brent's "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl". The author emphasizes the point that although these books are vastly dissimilar in many respects, they are both 19th century works about women trying to find their place in the world. Edna Pontellier with Linda Brent both manage to do so but not only do they find completely different place, they do so in completely different ways. No additional sources are listed.
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"King Leopold's Ghost" - Colonization
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8 pages in length. Hochschild's treatment of how African-Americans evolved into the slave trade is indicative of a much more significant challenge than most will ever realize; in essence, the author illustrates the dichotomy of slavery within an otherwise free and democratic society by transporting readers back in time when the color of one's skin was the only determining factor that cast the black community into enslavement under Leopold's reign. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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"Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass" and "The Scarlet Letter": Reflections of Mindsets, Literature, and Societal Restrictions
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A 5 page comparison of the societal restrictions which faced Frederick Douglass and Nathaniel Hawthorne as was reflected in their nineteenth century books. Emphasizes that these restrictions were shaped both by historical and contemporary mindsets and that these mindsets are best reflected in other writings of the time and the decades preceding that time. Utilizes the philosophies and writings of such individuals as Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and Alexis Tocqueville to illustrate these mindsets. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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"The Matrix": Racial Implications
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30 pages in length. The very essence of science fiction as a film genre is to stupefy audiences as to what reality might be like if the director's imaginative world ever truly existed. Indeed, one can readily argue that Star Wars, Independence Day and myriad other science fiction movies left audiences incredulous with the thought that somewhere, sometime, the world as we know it may reflect the director's vision. A particular draw to science fiction is the manner by which it allowably crosses the stringent boundaries of conventional thinking, delving deeply into what can often only exist in the recesses of one's imagination. The Matrix exemplifies one of those films where everything is viewed as an illogical twist of reality, compelling the audience to imagine reality as directors Andy and Larry Wachowski had imagined it. Most startling of all, wrapped up within a tale of technology gone awry, is the incarnation of racial transition; instead of being society's scapegoat, the black community is reflected as strong and brave, while the white race is portrayed as evil. Clearly, the directors' intention was to illustrate racial strife as just one of many social ills plaguing contemporary society. Bibliography lists 26 sources.
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"The Peculiar Institution" by Kenneth M. Stampp
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A 5 page paper which analyzes the book "The Peculiar Institution" by Kenneth M. Stampp. The book details the institutions of slavery in the United States and argues that it was an institution created for commercial and economic reasons. No additional sources cited.
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