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"Brothers and Keepers" by John Edgar Wideman
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A 5 page paper which discusses "Brothers and Keepers" by John Edgar Wideman as it relates to the character of John, who asks of himself, why his brother is in prison and he himself is free. The paper discusses how the author answers this somewhat eternal type of question which relates to fate and one's position in life. No additional sources cited.
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This 6 page paper discusses the novel "Caucasia" and argues that Sandy never succeeds in breaking free from her "WASP" origins. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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"Everyday Use" by Alice Walker
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(5pp) "Everyday Use," first published in 1973, is one of Alice Walker's most popular short stories. Three women, a house and some quilts define the complex nature of personal heritage, and its value in life, as well as its value within a family.
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"Les Miserables" And "The Color Purple": Injustice
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6 pages in length. The injustice experienced by Celie in Alice Walker's The Color Purple and Jean Valjean in Victor Hugo's Les Miserables may appear divergent on the surface, however, there exists an underlying theme that transcends any obvious differences. Clearly, racial intolerance and social condemnation represent Celie's injustice, while Valjean fights a vigorous battle against being a victim of social circumstance of a somewhat diverse nature. No additional sources cited.
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"Passing" By Nella Larsen
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6 pages in length. Nella Larsen's Passing possesses many important components with regard to marriage that, if not taken in their direct context, will be overlooked by the average reader. It is essential to also look beyond the author's obvious intention with regard to the story's overall meaning so as not to miss the grand but elusive subtleties she includes about marital relationships. To be sure, Larsen's writing incorporates a significant amount of blatancy while also implying considerable obscurity, a dichotomy that has served to be the cornerstone of the author's works, which have successfully stood the test of time. Without question, this tale of social woe provides a unique insight into the relationships among men, women, society and the overall expectations made of each one with regard to the confines of marriage. No additional sources cited.
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"The Color Purple" and "The Doctor's Wife"
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A 7 page paper which presents six similarities and six differences in "The Color Purple" by Alice Walker and "The Doctor's Wife" by Sawako Ariyoshi. In this context the paper is primarily examining the similarities and differences found in two cultural works, one dealing with the struggle of the African American and the other dealing with the struggle of the Asian. No additional sources cited.
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