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The Beat Generation and Their Influence Today
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A ten page paper analyzing the characteristics and influence of the Beat generation of poets and writers in the 1950s. Although many poets and writers are mentioned, particular attention is paid to the work of Jack Kerouac; Allen Ginsberg; and Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
Filename: KBbeat.wps

A Freudian Approach to Understanding Plath's The Bell Jar
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A 5 page analysis of Sigmund Freud's Civilization and its Discontents and Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar. The writer argues that a possible explanation for the depression of Plath's protagonist, Esther, may be found in Freud's work. No additional sources cited.
Filename: 90beljar.rtf

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.
Filename: KTbeljar.wps

The Psychology Of Luigi Pirandello
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A 14 page comparison of two of Pirandello's plays, Finding One's Self and When One is Somebody, writen from the perspective of the psychology the author used in the plays. Author of far more short stories than plays and also a novelist, Pirandello also won the Nobel Prize in 1934. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Pa Chin's 'The Family' / Delineating Change & Status
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A 5 page argumentative essay in support of the thesis that Pa Chin's purpose was to introduce the world to the viability of gender role changes in his society by maintaining the traditional family structure as a base for that change. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Pa Chin's 'The Family' vs. Tsao Hsueh-Chin's 'Dream Of The Red Chamber'
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An 8 page paper that provides a comparison of the family represented in these two works. This paper suggests that while Pa Chin's account of family interactions within a Chinese family compound presents familiar elements of the family structure in China, Hsueh-Chin's account supports a definitively different gender perspective. Bibliography lists no additional sources.
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The Family by Pa Chin and Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe: The Conflict and Acceptance of Change
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The status of the family described within Pa Chin's work The Family is defined by class status and definitive social design. The structure of power and the interactions of the decision making processes are the foundation for the trans-class love that develops between Cheuh-hui, the third son, and Ming-feng, a house servant. Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe is the story of the conflict between Africa and Europe, between the Western way of doing things and the tribal consciousness. It is the story of the psychological and social consequences of the transition from the tribal indigenous society to the Western mode brought by the Imperialistic takeover. This 5 page paper examines the conflict inherent in the act of transition, either within the evolving social roles of the family or the cultural definitions of a society as it is assimilated into the modern world. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: KTchinac.wps

Archetypal Woman
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A 5 page research paper comparing 'Medea' with Penelope in 'The Odyssey.' The writer posits and shows that while Penelope is the 'little woman,' true to the image of a loving, dedicated wife, Medea represents the opposite in Euripides' play. Both of these are important to religious and cultural myths. However, even with these diverse purposes, the authors guarantee the image of the fall as it relates to women so that the myth of womanhood is carried through. Bibliography lists the 2 original sources.
Filename: Cnhelpen.wps


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