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Joyce’s “Portrait” and “Ulysses”: the Growth of Stephen Dedalus
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A 10 page paper analyzing the character of Stephen Dedalus in these two novels by James Joyce. The paper points out that while Portrait shows how an oppressive upbringing can transform youthful talent into rebellion, Ulysses changes Stephen’s rebellion back into talent, and gives it a direction to go. Bibliography lists six sources.
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Leopold Bloom and the Heroic Ideal in James Joyce's 'Ulysses'
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A 5 page paper which considers whether or not the character of Leonard Bloom in James Joyce’s novel, Ulysses (1922) is a hero or anti-hero. Also considered is how James Joyce’s form of humanism differs from the Homeric ideal and how it differs from other heroic ideals encountered in art, literature or film. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TGjoyce.doc

Love in Wilde, Joyce & Blake
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An 8 page paper looking at Oscar Wilde's urbane The Picture of Dorian Gray, James Joyce's modernist Dubliners, and William Blake's Romantic Songs of Innocence and Experience, in terms of the way each author depicted humanity's problem with love. The paper shows that all three authors felt society has impeded our ability to freely express love and establish intimacy with one another. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: LoveWJB.doc

Love, Commitment, and Identity in Joyce & McCullers
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A 4 page paper analyzing the tendency of love to drown one's soul, and the self-preserving efforts to resist this. The paper points out that in Joyce's 'Eveline' this is accomplished through the heroine's rejection of love; in McCullers' 'A Tree. A Rock. A Cloud.' it is accomplished through the protagonist's cautious approach to loving. Bibliography lists two sources.
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Obscenity and Vulgarity in Joyce and Carter
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A five page paper looking at the question of whether James Joyce’s Ulysses and Angela Carter’s The Bloody Chamber deserve to be considered obscene and vulgar. The paper concludes that Joyce’s use of vulgarity is a natural part of an otherwise life-affirming novel; Carter’s is merely intended to incite lust in the reader, and thus has no redeeming social value. No additional sources.
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John Fowles 'The Collector' vs. 'The Tempest'
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A 7 page paper comparing John Fowles' novel with Shakespeare's play. It concludes that while Shakespeare saw Prospero's reign as one of benevolence and Fowles saw Clegg's as a reign of terror, both involved manipulating people against their will. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Tempest.wps

John Fowles' 'The French Lieutenant's Woman' / Mysterious Sarah
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A 5 page paper analyzing Sarah Woodruff's presence as the central figure in John Fowles' novel. The paper argues that the reader sees Sarah as doubly distanced through the eyes of both the protagonist, Charles, and the author himself. No additional sources cited.
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John Fowles' 'The Magus' / The Re-education of Nicholas
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A 6 page paper examining the way the self-centered protagonist of this novel is re-educated to be more responsive to life as it is lived, and less dependent on the traditional European macho themes of conquest and success. The paper points out that this deeply symbolic novel uses motifs such as the labyrinth to emphasize life as a state of being rather than a straight path to a goal. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Magus.wps


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