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“Around the World in Eighty Days” and Examples of the National Geography Standards
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This is an 11 page paper discussing “Around the World in Eighty Days” in regards to the National Geography Standards. When Jules Verne wrote “Around the World in Eighty Days” (1873), the world seemed a much larger place and was just beginning to become more easily circumnavigated in a relatively short time because of the technological advances. Using the National Geography Standards comprised of six essential elements which make up the eighteen standards, it is useful to note that the elements can be identified within Verne’s work. Verne wrote an adventure fantasy story well over a century ago but was able to convey many of the essential elements used in the geographical standards and descriptions still used today. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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“Man’s Fate” by Andre Malraux
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A 4 page paper which analyzes the historical accuracy of Andre Malraux’s “Man’s Fate.” Bibliography lists 4 additional sources.
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“Story of an Hour” and “The Necklace”: A Comparison of the Short Stories by Kate Chopin and Guy de Maupassant
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A 6 page paper comparing and contrasting these two short stories. Emphasizes that Kate Chopin was one of the greatest female writers of the late 1800s. Concentrating on short stories, Chopin used her extraordinary talent to illuminate the societal plight of women during the Victorian era. While Chopin is distinctive in her own right, she looked to the writings of her contemporary, French author Guy de Maupassant, for inspiration and stylistic guidance. Comments on the parallels between theme, characters, and conclusion in these two stories. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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“The concept of identity in Genet’s The Maids”
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A paper which looks at Jean Genet’s play, The Maids, in terms of the way in which he presents the concept of identity as evinced by gender roles, social and cultural values, the ambiguity of the female role and the way in which identity can be deliberately reconstructed and redefined through the power of the imagination.
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“The Diving Bell and the Butterfly”
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A five page paper which looks at Jean-Dominique Baudry’s The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, an account of the author’s experiences while suffering from Locked-in Syndrome as the result of a paralysing stroke which left him unable to communicate except by a flicker of the eyelid. Bibliography list 2 sources
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“The myth of Sisyphus”
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A paper which looks in detail at the philosophical elements of Albert Camus’ The Myth of Sisyphus, and considers the way in which Camus relates the mythical tale to the human condition, in terms of Sisyphus’ perception of the absurdity of his situation and the way in which he has defeated the gods through his self-awareness. Bibliography lists 1 source
Filename: JLCamus.rtf


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