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Literature Term Paper
This is a short paper on the ending of Jane Eyre, discussing whether it is a "good" ending. The paper draws on 3 criticisms of both the novel and Romantic literature in general to conclude that, yes, it is indeed a good ending because it both fits the prevailing realism of the main character's worldview, and conforms to literary trends of the period.
This is an essay on Forster's A Room With A View and it theorizes that Lucy and George represent the British life at the time.
Choosing this paper topic to write my research papers a writer presents a discussion about the sonnets of famed poet Charles G.D. Roberts. The author uses examples form several of Roberts' poems to illustrate the style of poet that Roberts was.
This paper will give a semiotic analysis of ancient and modern myths and heroes in film and literature through the theories of Roland Barthes. By showing how Barthes views indexing, discourse, and iconography in the works of Virgil, Homer, and the film, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon by John Ford, we can see how ancient and modern myths differ in their scope and perception in semiotics.
This paper investigates the theme of triviality in Oscar Wilde's Importance of Being Earnest. It discusses how and why characters place importance on trivial things in order to trivialize truly important things. It also discusses the relation of Wilde's personal life to the function of triviality as a means of deception and/or self-deception.
This undergraduate paper examines the elements of peripeteia, anagnorisis, and catastrophe in the play Oedipus the King, by Sophocles. The author identifies the moment these appear and who is most severely affected.
This paper will discuss the social aspects of the Great Gatsby by F, Scott Fitzgerald. Also we can expect to see an analysis of the main character Nick Carraway, as he portrays an American bent on finding the American dream.
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This paper will discuss the sociological evaluation of Everyday Use by Alice Walker. By showing the economic, political, and social side of this story, we can understand Walker's literary content more fully.
In this paper a case study writer will write a statement of intention in writing a pastiche for Oedipus Rex by Sophocles. By giving greater charcterization to oedipus by rewriting the play, we can see an attempt in an ancient style to create a differnet, yet more clear representation of how Oedipus chose pride and vainglory over the Fates that command all men, kingly or not.
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