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The Unattainable Literary Geography of Swift's Gulliver
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In Gulliver's Travels, there is a myriad of meaning buried in an entertaining and macabre representation of period writing. This 6 page paper argues that Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels must have seemed inaccessible to the early modern reader with it's underlying theme of mocking the Puritan ethic, it's satirical form and the romantic style which incorporated absurdism. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KTswifts.wps

Relationships In Plath’s Bell Jar
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In Sylvia Plath’s only novel, The Bell Jar, written shortly before her own suicide, Esther Greenwood takes on the burden of being the representation of Plath in an autobiographical foray into the world of the mentally ill. This 5 page paper argues that her relationships - especially those with men, are seen to be an outcry against the confines of a post war society bent on building walls around women in order to control and manipulate them, without regard to personal space or integrity. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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The Effects of Homosexuality in the Works of Oscar Wilde
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A ten page paper looking at the way Wilde's works reflect his homosexuality, but also the way his homosexuality determined the dominant themes of his writing. Particular works considered are 'The Picture of Dorian Gray', 'The Importance of Being Earnest,' and 'Lord Arthur Savile's Crime.' Bibliography lists seven sources.
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Henrik Ibsen's 'A Doll's House' / Characterization, Plot And Irony
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5 pages in length. Without the inclusion of characterization, plot and irony, there would be little point in constructing any works of literature whatsoever, for these literary terms describe the very heart of a story's content. The people within a tale must have a sense of existence, which is what characterization gives to them. It is a means by which the author develops the story's characters, giving them depth, artistic representation and motives for their actions. Plot is why the whole story comes alive in the first place; without plot, a tale would merely drone on and on without purpose or direction. A story's irony is what makes it that much more intriguing, particularly in relation to the fact that irony represents an expression opposite of what the literal meaning provides. Irony can be described as an unwitting occurrence that takes the characters -- and the reader -- by complete surprise. The writer discusses characterization, plot and irony in relation to Ibsen' 'A Doll's House.' Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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God and Satan in Paradise Lost
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This 5 page paper takes the unusual approach by looking at Satan's side of the story as portrayed in John Milton's 'Paradise Lost'. The paper argues that instead of the bringer of evil, Satan's role was instrumental in mankind gaining their freedom and aided in the creation of equal rights, the role of evil was not necessary the aim or the desire but a side effect of contradictory actions on the part of God. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
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'Everyman' and Shakespeare's Hamlet - Comparing the Medieval World View to the Modern
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This 5 page report discusses the fact that 'Hamlet' (1604) and 'Everyman' offer an excellent comparison between styles and dramatic license of their authors but even more clearly, they show the differing attitudes and visions of the world from the perspective of medieval times as compared to modern. The dark brooding prince compared to the hapless Everyman demonstrate a combination of self-absorption and helplessness in the face of the spiritual realm and the questions it provokes. No secondary sources.
Filename: Bwevery2.rtf


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