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E.M. Forster's 'Howard's End' / Margaret And Mrs. Wilcox
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5 pages in length. On the surface, Margaret and Mrs. Wilcox of E.M. Forster's 'Howard's End' appear to be two completely different entities whose quests are reaching in opposite directions; however, upon closer inspection, the reader gains significant insight to the fact that the two women are truly more similar than even they realize. In spite of the fact that they come from very diverse backgrounds and expectations, both Margaret and Mrs. Wilcox are of the same constitution right to the core. The writer discusses how Forster is successful in illustrating the obvious separations or disconnections that exist within the framework of society, utilizing Margaret and Mrs. Wilcox as clear-cut examples of how people only appear to be different on the outside but actually harbor a sameness on the inside. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TLCHoEnd.doc

E.M. Forster's 'Howards End'
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This 6 page essay discusses the words 'only connect' which are crucial to the development and story of E.M. Forster's 1910 novel 'Howards End.' The term has its basis in early theories of family therapy which prove to be applicable in the larger view of multiple families and the 'family' of England. No additional sources cited.
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Martha Nussbaum & E. M. Forster
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This 6 page report discusses the thesis that E.M. Forster uses and views his novel 'Howards End' to illustrate the inequities of class consciousness in Edwardian England in the same way that Martha Nussbaum argues for the use of a 'literary viewpoint' in judicial matters in her book 'Poetic Justice: The Literary Imagination and Public Life.' No additional sources cited.
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Flannery O'Connor's 'Everything That Rises Must Converge'/ Catholic Theology
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A 5 page paper examining this well-known story by Flannery O'Connor from a theological standpoint. The paper shows how it is unprofitable to analyze O'Connor's story humanistically, because it in fact is an affirmation of the Christian doctrine of grace. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Everrise.wps

Flannery O'Connor's 'A Good Man Is Hard To Find' / Evil And Christianity
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5 pages in length. On the surface, Flannery O'Connor's A Good Man is Hard to Find appears innocent enough in its content. But as the reader becomes more and more involved in the underpinnings that embody the story, it is quite clear there is a distinctive flavor of evil versus Christianity. In fact, it has been argued that the extent to which O'Connor utilizes the central theme of Christianity is a subtle plot to convert her readers, whom she envisioned as nonbelievers. By demonstrating to her audience all the good that comes from faith, along with all the bad that merely begets more evil, it was her intention to enlighten her readership down the right path. The writer analyzes the concepts of good and evil as they relate to the story. No other sources used.
Filename: Hardfind.doc

Aeschylus' 'Oresteia' / Agamemnon vs. O'Connor's Wise Blood
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4 page-long essay comparatively analyzing the differences between finale for the Chorus in Greek tragedy's 'Agamemnon' and Hazel Motes in Flannery O'Connor's 'Wise Blood.' No bibliography.
Filename: Agamemot.wps

Characterization in O’Connor’s “A Good Man is Hard to Find”
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A 5 page paper examining the characterization of the Misfit and the grandmother in this classic short story by Flannery O’Connor. The story shows how our comfortable assumptions regarding the “goodness” or “evil” of these characters are turned upside down by O’Connor’s emphasis on nontraditional values. No additional sources.
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Flannery O'Connor / Life & Works
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In 5 pages, the writer discusses Flannery O'Connor's life, her style, and her place in the literary world. Flannery O'Connor was born Mary Flannery O'Connor. O'Connor wrote a collection of short stories, 'A Good Man Is Hard to Find'. Her novels were 'Wise Blood' and 'The Violent Bear It Away'. Posthumously published were 'Mystery and Manners', a collection of essays and lectures, and 'Flannery O'Connor: The Complete Stories'. The latter included her most famous story, 'Everything That Rises Must Converge', which was awarded the National Book Award for fiction. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Flanne2.doc


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