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Victor Hugo’s Influence on Nineteenth Century France
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A 10 page paper examining the role of the Romantic writer Victor Hugo in the French people’s re-evaluation of their national character during the post-revolutionary period. The paper looks particularly at his novels Les Miserables and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Changing Times in Woolf’s “Mrs. Dalloway”
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A five page paper analyzing Virginia Woolf’s novel in terms of the way it illustrates the social changes England experienced in the years immediately following the First World War. The paper argues that Virginia Woolf shows in Mrs. Dalloway a safe, protected world that is passing away, together with the horror of those who perceive there is no safety net there at all. Bibliography lists four sources.
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Feminism In The Works Of Virginia Woolf
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An 8 page paper analyzing Virginia Woolf's feminist leanings in her novels and essays. Woolf assumed that a person's gender had little impact on the way they thought, and that the world, in fact, was grievously at fault for assuming that it did. Bibliography lists twelve sources.
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Gender in Woolf’s “Orlando”:
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A seven page paper looking at the issue of gender and its impact on behavior and personality as developed in Virginia Woolf’s 1928 novel. The paper explores Woolf’s argument that gender quite literally does not matter, and the fact that society makes so much of it is what is wrong with society. No additional sources.
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Septimus and Clarissa in Woolf’s “Mrs. Dalloway”
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A 5 page paper looking at this novel by Virginia Woolf in terms of the way the central characters depict the changing social mood between 1914 and 1925. The paper argues that the war destroyed the enormous sense of complacency which was the nineteenth century’s legacy to the twentieth, and this is illustrated by these two death-obsessed characters. Bibliography lists two sources.
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Virginia Woolf's 'Mrs. Dalloway' / Death & Duality
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A 16 page paper examining the representation of death as illustrated by the characters of Clarissa Dalloway and Septimus Smith. The paper postulates that the eminently sane socialite Clarissa and the mad veteran Septimus are actually flip sides of the same coin, two fragile reminders of our own mortality. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Virginia Woolf's 'The Waves' / Importance Of Bernard
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Through the use of the six speakers, symbolism, and a number of other literary techniques, Woolf shows us the growth & development of this character in her story. This 2 page essay argues relevant points-- demonstrating how Bernard was actually Woolf's central character around whom her entire theme revolved. No other sources cited.
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Virginia Woolf's 'To The Lighthouse' / Co-Dependency
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A 7 page paper discussing the relationship between the central couple in Virginia Woolf's novel. The paper notes that Mrs. Ramsay relieved her husband of the job of appearing generous, sensitive, and compassionate; Mr. Ramsay relieved his wife of the need to appear assertive and self-directed. After her death, however, he learns to combine both roles. Bibliography lists ten sources.
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