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Herman Melville, Hemingway, & Ellison / Reason and Emotion
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A 10 page examination of the way emotion and reason are reflected in these author's worldviews. Looking specifically at 'Bartleby the Scrivener,' 'The Snows of Kilimanjaro,' and Invisible Man, the paper traces a historical progression from irrationality to full-fledged absurdity, and notes the loss of emotional center that accompanies it. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Melvhem.wps

Human Nature in Johnson's 'Middle Passage' and Melville's 'Benito Cereno'
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A 5 page paper comparing and contrasting Herman Melville's 'Benito Cereno' and Charles Johnson's 'Middle Passage.' The paper argues that while Melville showed a much more prejudiced attitude toward blacks, Johnson reflects more cynicism toward human nature in general. No additional sources.
Filename: KBbenito.wps

Melville's 'Billy Budd' As Understood Through Legal Theory
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6 pages in length. What constitutional message was Herman Melville attempting to get across within his story of 'Billy Budd'? Melville, himself, was considerably preoccupied with the problems of God and God's design of the world as they related to good and evil, right and wrong. The writer discusses that to the author, human nature represented a dichotomy of description in that it was his interpretation that humanity was at the crux of many world problems, not the least of which pertained to the legal system. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCbbudd.wps

Melville’s “Billy Budd, Sailor”
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A five page paper looking at the parallels between Billy Budd, Christ, and the Biblical Adam in Herman Melville’s novel. The paper concludes that after Billy’s unintentional sin, his resignation to his fate presents Billy as Christlike in his willingness to accept the sacrifice of his own life in order to maintain social order on the ship. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KBbbudd.wps

Religion in Stowe’s “The Minister’s Wooing” and Melville’s “Moby-Dick”
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A seven page paper looking at the difference between a conventional view of religion and that of people whose jobs constantly require them to face the possibility of death. A little-known novel of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s and Melville’s most famous work are used as the basis for this analysis. No additional sources.
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Victimization in Wieland, Redburn, and Uncle Tom's Cabin
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A 6 page paper discussing these three novels by Charles Brockton Brown, Herman Melville, and Harriet Beecher Stowe. The paper concludes that in each of these novels, the characters had a choice about whether or not they intended to be a victim -- and for better or worse, the choice transformed their lives forever. Bibliography lists the three books as sources.
Filename: Wieland.doc

Siddartha: A Discussion of the Book by Herman Hesse
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A 5 page outline of the journey undertaken by Siddartha, the main character of the book, in order to obtain harmony. Draws parallels with Buddhism and Hinduism as well as with Hesse's own life. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPsiddha.wps

Herman Hesse's 'Damien'
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A 4 page review of theme, character, and structure in Herman Hesse's 'Damien.' Meanings, metaphors, and characteristics of the novel are examined. No Bibliography.
Filename: Damien.wps


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