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Escape in Baldwin’s “Sonny’s Blues”
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A six page paper discussing the different life choices made by the two brothers in James Baldwin’s classic story. The paper shows that both Sonny and the narrator have found their own mode of escaping the violence and harshness of the ghetto, different though those modes might be. No additional sources.
Filename: KBsonny.wps

James Baldwin's 'Going to Meet the Man'
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James Baldwin, one of the primary African American writers of the twentieth century, reflects on the link between man's struggle with self-identification and the expected role he plays in the world in his short story 'Going to Meet the Man.' In his collection of short stories of the same title, Baldwin's reflections about the capacity of men, especially Black men, to define themselves in a culture, address their personal development and consider the implications through out their life struggles are significant themes in his short stories. This 2 page paper considers these themes as they are related in 'Going to Meet the Man.' No additional sources cited.
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James Baldwin's 'Sonny's Blues' / Healing Through Pain
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A 5 page examination of James Baldwin's short story Sonny's Blues. The writer examines Baldwins use of foreshadowing and the metaphors of light, darkness and ice and how music seems to be the healing element in the story. No additonal sources cited.
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James Baldwin's 'The Fire Next Time'
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This 5 page paper examines James Baldwin's popular work. The thesis of the paper is that the book is just as applicable today as it was in the early sixties. Criticisms of the work and the author are discussed. The symbolic nature of the use of fire in literature and popular culture is also noted. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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The Metaphor of Ice in Baldwin's 'Sonny's Blues'
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A five page paper looking at James Baldwin's short story in terms of the way it uses the metaphor of ice -- and the contrasting metaphors of light, liquid, and heat -- as symbols of self-expression and emotional openness, or the lack thereof. Numerous quotes from the story are included. No additional sources.
Filename: KBsonny2.rtf

The Quest for Identity in Angelou’s “Heart” and Baldwin’s “Mountain”
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A five page paper comparing Maya Angelou’s “The Heart of a Woman” with James Baldwin’s “Go Tell It on the Mountain” in terms of the protagonist’s quest for identity. The paper argues that both writers are driven by a strong sense of personal quest -- Baldwin to find himself through the context of his faith, his church, and his community; Angelou to discover herself as a woman, a writer, and an individual. No additional sources.
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Jack London / Life & Works
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It has often been suggested that art is an imitation of life. While such is certainly true, this paper asserts that the reverse is also true, as in the life and career of American author Jack London. In this 5 page report, the writer examines the adventurous life of the nomadic London and the impact of his life and personal philosophy upon his work. The first section examines London's humble origins and how they formed the basis for his Social Darwinism and Marxist leanings. Next, London's family life is chronicled, with his first marriage being for ‘breeding,' and the second for love and companionship. The writings of Jack London are explored in the third section, and how they reflected his own life in fiction, as inspiration for Buck, the canine hero of The Call of the Wild, the unnamed man freezing to death in 'To Build a Fire,' and the introspective and autobiographical John Barleycorn. This report concludes that although Jack London's life was not long in terms of years, it was rich in terms of human experience and artistry, and this life will live on as long as the art is appreciated. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Jack London's 'White Fang' / Obstacles, Relationships & The Race
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A 9 page paper describing the major obstacle that primary characters face in order to win the race--their own personal relationship. London presents the reader with a primary statement on man and nature and uses a sled dog race as the vehicle to combine the two in a single goal. Although they also face a number of real difficulties, from the wear and tear of the environment to the competitors, the most difficult obstacle Weedon and White Fang must over come is their own interdependency. FREE outline included. ibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: Whitefan.doc


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