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Ralph Ellison's 'Invisible Man' vs. Updike's 'Rabbit, Run'
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A 6 page research paper comparing Invisible Man with Rabbit Run. The writer begins by detailing the similarities and differences between each of these two works, and then goes on to give a detailed analysis of Invisible Man. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Sammy’s Two Worlds in Updike’s “A & P”
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A five page look at this short story by John Updike. The paper shows how Updike places his main character in a struggle between two worlds -- one in which life is predictable, steady, stable, and reliable, and one defined by unconventionality and surprise. Sammy’s decision to choose the more unconventional lifestyle will ultimately affect his entire life. Bibliography lists three sources.
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Self-Discovery in Updike’s “A & P”
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A five page paper looking at this short story by John Updike in terms of the author’s development of the story’s theme, a young man’s moment of self-discovery. The paper traces Updike’s use of contrast and detail to paint a picture of an oppressively narrow-minded small town and its people. No additional sources.
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Sexism in Anderson, James, Updike and Welty
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An 8 page paper that concludes: In these five stories, women are portrayed in various ways. Only Anderson's 'The Egg' continues to stress the inadequacy and calamity of women. James, Updike and Welty each present a twist on society's sexist view of women in the situations presented. Each writer provides redeeming qualities in their female characters, although the message is sometimes muddled in traditional constructs. In 'Daisy Miller,' James goes so far as to point out the error in those constructs, which is why the male character is named Winterbourne. The name itself infers that the man contributed to Daisy's death by not responding to his own perceptions incongruous with society's claims. His perceptions later proved to be accurate. Six sources cited.
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RULFO AND THE BURNING PLAIN
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This 5-page paper examines two stories from Rulfo's The Burning Plain: "We Are Very Poor" and "Talpa." The paper describes how these stories illustrate the hardships experienced by the Mexican people and human condition.
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James Joyce's 'Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man' / Fascist
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A 9 page paper examining the presence of proto-fascism and its antithesis, humanism, in Joyce's first novel. The paper asserts that while it is not technically correct to search for examples of fascism in the book since the term did not exist at the time the novel was written, examples of this type of mentality can be fruitfully analyzed in contrast to the book's celebration of humanism. Bibliography lists ten sources.
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