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The “Vile Body” and the Grotesque
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An eight page paper looking at the relationship between our fascination with the grotesque and our dissatisfaction with our own bodies. Supplementary sources discussed include Mary Russo’s “The Female Grotesque: Risk, Excess, and Modernity” and Robert Louis Stevenson’s “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.” The writer also touched on Mary Pipher’s “Reviving Ophelia,” and the theories of Carl Jung. Bibliography lists six sources.
Filename: KBgrotes.wps

Danielle Steele's 'No Greater Love'
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A 5 page paper reviewing this novel by romance novelist Danielle Steele. Her narrative techniques are explored. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Romnov.wps

Existentialism in “The Red Badge of Courage”
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A twelve page paper analyzing the classification of Stephen Crane’s novel as a precursor of existentialism. The paper defines existentialism and discusses which aspects of the novel would seem to fit this description. Bibliography lists seven sources, which are appended to the paper.
Filename: KBcrane2.wps

Individualism in 'The Professor's House' & 'The Red Badge of Courage'
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A 10 page paper analyzing the way individualism is perceived in these two books by Willa Cather and Stephen Crane, respectively. The paper asserts that while Cather's protagonist ends by believing that his salvation lies in his individuality, Crane's protagonist feels he is most himself when he is part of the mass-mind of the group. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Profbad.wps

Salvation and Nature in Crane and Bierce
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A 5 page paper looking at the degree to which the salvation of a character is dependent upon whether he adapts to his natural surroundings. The paper specifically discusses Stephen Crane’s short story “The Open Boat” and Ambrose Bierce’s “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge.” No additional sources.
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Stephen Crane 'The Open Boat'/ Analysis
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A 3 page analysis of the short story by Crane that depicts the struggle of four men to find land after the sinking of their ship. The writer argues that Crane's story is an excellent example of the 'realism' movement in writing that attempted to show life's complexity in an objective manner rather the idealizing life like the romantics. No additional sources cited.
Filename: 90opnbot.rtf

Stephen Crane's 'Maggie - A Girl Of The Streets' / Womens' Rights Issues
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A 5 page look at this novel by Stephen Crane in terms of its analysis of the rights of poor women during the latter years of the nineteenth century. The paper notes that no Constitutional guarantees of fair treatment covered these women, and notes that women are similarly unprotected by the Constitution today. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Stephen Crane's 'Maggie -- A Girl of the Streets'
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An analysis of Maggie, the lead character in this Stephen Crane's work, is contained in this 6 page paper. The writer argues that Maggie's story is a tragic one-- with the tragic element being due mostly to the societal era in which Maggie lived. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Maggie.wps


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